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Avegail G.

Florida
Hiring Manager
ABE Company
Rockwell, Makati City
March 06, 2011

Ms. Cindy Ares


Hiring Manager
XYZ Company
33 Victoria St.
Cubao, Quezon City

Dear Ms. Cindy:

I highly recommend Raul Garcia as a candidate for employment. Raul was


employed by ABE Company as an Administrative Assistant from 2008- 2010.
Raul was responsible for office support including word processing, scheduling
appointments and creating brochures, newsletters, and other office literature.

Raul has excellent communication skills. In addition, he is extremely organized,


reliable and computer literate. Raul can work independently and is able to follow
through to ensure that the job gets done. He is flexible and willing to work on
any project that is assigned to him. Raul was quick to volunteer to assist in other
areas of company operations, as well.

Raul would be a tremendous asset for your company and has my highest
recommendation. If you have any further questions with regard to his
background or qualifications, please do not hesitate to call me at this no.
09077827425.Thank You Very Much!

Respectfully Yours,

Avegail G. Florida
PURCHASE ORDER

March 06, 2011

Shantal Goo Min


Min Books and Supplies Enterprise
14 Edith Street,
Pasig City,

Dear Ms. Shantal,

Good Day!

Please accept this purchase order for the following:

QUANTITY PRODUCT UNIT PRICE


TOTAL
5pcs. Practical Accounting I Php200.00
Php1000.00
Conrado Valix 2011 Edition

5pcs. Practical Accounting I Php300.00


Php1500.00
Conrado Uberita 2011 Edition

10pcs. Financial Accounting III


Conrado valix 2011 Edition Php.400.00
Php4000.00

We require shipment by March 13, 2011, Sunday to:

ABE Book Store


1223 Second Street
Tandang Sora, Quezon City

Please refer to this order as “purchase order #0001234. If this order cannot be
processed as requested, please contact me at 09077827425 at your earliest
convenience. I will wait for your call for a confirmation and for the payment of
this order. Thank You Very much!
Sincerely,

Avegail G. Florida

Order

PURCHASE ORDER

[Date]

[NAME, COMPANY AND ADDRESS, ex.


Tom Atkinson
COMANY Inc.
14 Edith Street,
Hackney West,
ZIP POST CODE]

Dear [NAME, ex. Tom Atkinson],

Please accept this purchase order for the following:

QUANTITY PRODUCT UNIT PRICE TOTAL


[LIST PRODUCTS AND PRICES, ex.
2 Compressor 234A $2,300.00 $4,600.00
1 Compressor 323F $1,200.00 $1,200.00
$5,800.00]

We require shipment by [DATE, ex. June 20, 1998] to:

[ADDRESS, ex.
BCA Industries
1223 Second Street
Tempe, AZ
85245]

Please refer to this order as “purchase order #[PURCHASE


NUMBER]”. If this order cannot be processed as requested, please
contact me at XXX-XXXX at your earliest convenience.

Sincerely,

[YOUR NAME, ex. Tony Montana]

Tranz
Dr. Corazon C. Obnamia
University Research and Development Office
Technological University of the Philippines
Ayala Boulevard Ermita, Manila

Dear Dr. Obnamia:

In compliance with the fulfillment of the requirements on the


subject “Technical Communication”, the proponents would like to
present the proposal entitled “Proposed Mechanical Flash Dryer”, in
accordance with your instructions.

The main purpose of the document is to propose a Mechanical Flash


Dryer for small holder farmers. This will help reduce post harvest
losses and therefore increase farmer’s productivity.

We hope that this proposal will meet your approval.

Very truly yours,

Mechanical Engineering Group

Tags: Transmittal Letter


xxx S. Asbury #2
Moscow, Idaho 83843
(208) 882-7xxx
xxxxxx@hotmail.com
Dec. 11, 2001

Mr. Phil Druker


English Department
University of Idaho
Moscow, Idaho 83844

Dear Mr. Druker:

Enclosed is a copy of “Lamb Production and Survival in Lambing


Areas and Summer Ranges of a Bighorn Sheep Population
Wintering on Big Creek In Central Idaho.” This report is a summary
of my findings from the work that I completed during the summer
of 2001 on bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis Canadensis) in the
Frank Church–River of No Return Wilderness. It will aid in the future
management of bighorn sheep in Central Idaho and adds new
information to the established baseline data of this population.
Funding for this report was approved on October 18, 2001 by your
department. I completed the report on schedule and met all my
proposed objectives within the allotted budget of $5,998. A slightly
revised version of this report will also be submitted to Jeff Rholman
of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game; Janette Pope of The
Charles DeVlieg Foundation; the Dean of the College of Natural
Resources at the University of Idaho, Jim and Holly Akenson,
Managers of the University of Idaho’s Taylor Ranch; and will be
submitted as an output for the fulfillment of my senior thesis
requirement under Dr. Lissette Waits and Dr. Jim Peek.

As promised in my proposal, this report includes information on the


lamb production and survival of bighorn sheep in Big Creek during
the summer of 2001. This information is then compared to lamb
survival and production during the documented Pasteurella related
die-off in 1989 and 1990. This report also includes an assessment
of the possible shift in lambing area used between past a current
studies and a discussion on the possible factors affecting the
observed lack of lamb mortality. Through this research, I found
that while lamb production was similar in 2001 to production in
1989-90, lamb survival through the summer was significantly
different. This suggests that the Big Creek bighorn sheep
population is not currently experiencing the affects of
the Pasteurella bacteria that was so devastating in 1989-90. It also
suggests that the recovery time from a Pasteurella related die-off
is greater than 10 years as this population is not yet stabilizing.
This report also outlines recommendations for continued long-term
monitoring of the population.

If you have any questions and/or comments regarding the


interpretation of this report please feel free to contact me at the
addresses or phone number above. Thank you for your funding of
this project, and I look forward to working with you again soon.

Sincerely,

Chris McDaniel

Enclosure: Final Report


Dear Paolo and April,

I would like to send to you my love and congratulations to your new


married life. I have been a witness to your solemn love for each
other and I must say that no other friend is as happy as I am to see
the two of you together finally.

April, being a wife and a mother at the same time is indeed difficult
but it is never impossible. I know that you will make Paolo the
happiest husband and father in the whole world.

Paolo, I have seen all the storms that the two of you have struggled
to overcome all these years and all I can say is that the two of you
are really a match made in heaven. Take care of your new family.

I wish you two all the best in the years to come and may you be
well guided by the new bond that is holding your love together.

Your friend always,

Erin

Condo
Loss of a friend or family member who was lost suddenly:
Dear _________________
I was stunned and saddened to hear of the loss of your
_____________. You were so close, this must have been such a shock
for you. I am so sorry you are having to endure this loss. At lease
he/she is in a good place now, even though I know you would rather
have him/her here with you.

Remember that you will always have him/her with you in spirit.
He/she will always be with you in your heart and memories. Even
with so much distance now between you, your bond will never be
broken and one day you will see him/her again. But until then,
keep his/her memory alive by cherishing the time you had with
him/her.

If there is anything I can do to help make this difficult time in your


life a little easier, please don’t hesitate to call. I want to be there
for you in any way that I can. My phone numbers are
____________________.

With my deepest sympathies,


______________________

Inquiry

Sample Letter of Inquiry

The Virtual Community Group, Inc.


17 Park Road
Rural Town, NH

January 2, 2011

Jane Smith, Executive Director


Xavier Foundation
555 S. Smith St.
Washington, D.C. 22222

Dear Ms. Smith,

I am writing to inquire whether the Xavier Foundation would invite a


proposal from the Virtual Community Group, Inc., requesting an
investment of $50,000 per year over two years to support our
Enterprise 2000 initiative. This grant would provide part of the
funds needed for us to train at least 1200 low-income
entrepreneurs in rural New Hampshire in the computer skills they
need to create sustainable businesses as we enter the twenty-first
century. Your literature indicates that the Xavier Foundation is
searching for innovative ideas to improve the lives of the rural poor;
we believe Enterprise 2000 falls well within your area of interest.

Information technologies are a promising solution to one of the


primary obstacles facing the small rural enterprise: the geographic
distances which inhibit networking with other businesses, and which
segregate them from a larger marketplace. The Internet and other
networks are now making it possible for entrepreneurs even in the
most remote locations to communicate and do business on a
region-wide, national, or even international basis. Working in
conjunction with other organizations, Enterprise 2000 gives
program participants technical skills training adapted to individual
need; and, in collaboration with organizations which recondition and
redistribute used computers, we also assure that they obtain the
necessary computer hardware, at low or no cost.

We believe that broadly-implemented technical skills programs


such as Enterprise 2000 have the potential to transform the lives of
many struggling entrepreneurs, and change the economic
landscape of impoverished rural communities. Unlike many poverty
alleviation initiatives, all of the Virtual Community Group programs
are predicated on the assumption that these entrepreneurs already
have 90% of what it takes to compete in the marketplace --
intelligence, ambition, initiative, and talent. After two years of
experimentation and program development, the Virtual Community
Group has fashioned a superb, easily replicable model in Enterprise
2000, and established a high degree of credibility among
community groups, policy makers, and funders. With your support,
we can make that 10% difference in the lives of these hard-working
people and the future of our rural communities.

Please feel free to call me with any questions. I look forward to


hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,

Executive Director

(This sample letter of inquiry was created for AGM by Molly Clark
Associates.)
Dear Ms. Sylvester,

I would like to inquire about consignment deals that your company


offers. I am highly interested in shoes and have a wealth of
knowledge about this product through seminars I have attended.

I am a graduate of a Bachelor’s degree in sales and I hope to


become an entrepeneur. I am planning to start my own business
and open a local department store. I will be selling men’s and
women’s clothes and accessories, among which will be shoes and
sandals. I have read a lot about your products and they have been
highly reviewed by magazines and customers. I visited one of your
shops and were impressed by the style and quality of your
products.

Please provide me a brochure and details of your sales packages. I


am hoping to do business with you soon.

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Nicole Adams

Adjuzment
March 19, 1980

Mr. Nonato S. Villanueva


Chief, Purchasing Division
Bataan Brokerage Corporation
Ayala Avenue, Makati
Metro Manila
Dear Mr. Villanueva,

We would like to apologize for the trouble we have caused because


of our mistake regarding your order last March 11, 1980.
Immediately upon receiving your letter, I made the necessary
adjustments.

I have instructed our Delivery Section Chief to pick up at your office


the diodes and electrolytic capacitors and to replace them with the
right ones. Again, I would like to apologize for our mistake.

Very truly yours,

James Rogers
Sales Manager

Name: (Your Name)


Address: (Your Address)
Lender Name: (Your Lender)
Loan #: (your Loan #)
To Whom It May Concern:

Due to the recent adjustment to the mortgage I currently have with


your company, I am finding it very difficult to afford the new
payment. I have a 3 year fixed rate which is now adjustable and is
schedule to adjust again in Feb. 2008.
Considering my current income, there will be no way I can afford
the increased payments come February. Hopefully there is way to
renegotiate the terms of my current mortgage to avoid default and
help stop foreclosure on my home.
Is it possible to have my current adjustable rate mortgage
converted to a fixed rate? If this is not possible can the next rate
change be postponed to a future date to allow me to hopefully
refinance. Any other solutions you could provide would be greatly
appreciated.
I have had no problem making my payments for over three years
now and do not want that to change. My mortgage was originally
written by another company and bought by Countrywide. The
original mortgage terms are terrible but it was the only loan I was
qualified for at the time. I was assured that refinancing would be no
problem but that turned out not to be true due to the downturn of
the housing industry.
The main problem is that my property is now worth about 5-10%
less than what I paid for it which is preventing me from being able
to refinance. I was researching on the internet and came across the
Fannie Mae Announcement #06-18 (Oct. 4th 2006) regarding the
servicing of Conventional Mortgage Modifications.
I believe this addresses the situation I currently find myself in along
with many other homeowners. Attached are recent pay stubs
showing my current income.
Thanks you for your time and consideration.

Zolicit
Dear sir/madam,

Our company will be having a Christmas party on December x, ,


2008. We would be honored if your company would be one of our
sponsors for the said event.

Any item, whether cash or goods, given on or before the said date
will be most appreciated. We will gladly pick them up or wait for the
delivery at your convenience.

God bless, more power to your company, and may you have a
Merry Christmas, and a Happy Prosperous New Year.

Sincerely yours,

Manny Limos
CEO Electronic Mail Scammers Inc.

November 25, 2001

Gid’s General Merchandise


Roxas Blvd. Quezon City

Dear Sir/Madam:

Greetings!

Rolly Inc. will hold its Christmas Party on December 22, 2001. On
this particular and special day, we would like to ask your kind
assistance to support this activity.

Any amount or good that will be given to us will be highly


appreciated. Thank you very much in advance and may the good
Lord shower you more of His blessings in the coming years.

Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year!


Sincerely yours,

Jay Cruz
Manager

One of our teachers is doing this survey for her daughter. DON'T
ASK - JUST PLAY!
Copy and paste this letter into a new email (PLEASE do NOT hit
Forward). Then read the list of names. If your name is on the list,
put a star * next to it. If not, then add your name (in alphabetical
order, put no star). Send it to ten people and send it back to the
person who sent it to you. Put your name in the subject box! You'll
see what happens to you...... its kind of cool! Please keep this
going.
Don't mess it up!

Aaron*

Abigail

Adam****

Adria

Adrienne

Alanna*

Ann

Alex *****

Alexis*

Alice***

Alix

Alicia *
Alison**

Allyson

Alyson

Amanda***

Amy **

Andrea **

Andrew

Angel

Angela*

Angie* **

Anita

Annette

Ara

Arlene

Ashley**

Aubrey

Avonell ( top that one)

Barbara* * * *

Becky
Belinda

Beth**

Bethany

Ben

Betty*

BillBettye

Billye

Bob*

Bonnie*

Brad

Brandon

Brantley

Breeanna

Brenda

Brett

Brian

Bridget

Brigitte

Bronwyn
Candace

Caroline

Caren

Cathy

Cecile

Charla

Charlotte*

Cheryl

Chrisi

Christopher

Christie

Christine *

Cindy *

Clara

Clare

Clontz

Connie*

Crystal

Cynthia
Dana

Daniel

Danielle

Darlene

David*

Dawn

Debbie***

Deborah

Denise

Desiree

Diane

Dick

Dolores

Donna*

Dorothy

Eileen

Elaine

Eleana

Elena
Elissa

Elizabeth

Ellen*

Ellie

Erik

Eva

Fran

Fred

Gabrielle

Ginny

Gloria

Glenda

Griselle

Hannah

Harley

Helen

Ilene

Irene

Isis
Jack*

Jackie

Jacob

Jakob

Jane

Janie*

Janet*

Janice

Janine

Jasmine

Jean

Jerry

Jeff

Jenni**

Jen*

Jennifer

Jeremy

Jessica

Jill
Jimmer

Joanne

Joann

Jodi*

Jody

Joe

Joel Lynn

John

Jordan

Joy

Joyce

Judy**

Julie*

Karen****

Kari*

Karl

Karol

Katherine

Kathy**
Kay

Kea

Kelly

Kenny

Kris

Kyle

Laural

Lenita

Leslie

Leo

Liliana

Linda**

Lisa**

Logan

Lois

Lori

Lorraine

Lyn

Lynn*
Lynne

Maddux

Maggie*

Makenzie

Mandy

Margo

Marie

Marilee

Marilyn

Mary

Maryanne

Mary Ellen

Mary Louise

Melissa*

Meredith*

Michael

Michele**

Michelle *****

Miranda
Monica

Myra

Nancy **

Nanette

Neva

Nickol

Nichole*

Nina

Pam

Patricia*****

Patrick

Paul*

Paula*

Peggy

Peter

Raelene

Rachelle

Ralph

Ramona
Ramsay

Rena

Reynette

Rhea

Rhonda*

Rianna

Rob

Robin

Roger

Rosalind

Roxann

Roxanne

Rita

Rose

Rosemary

Ruth

Sandy*

Sarah

Sonia
Shane (First and I'll bet the Last)

Shari

Sharon*

Shawnna

Sheila

Sherri

Sherry

Shigeo

Shirley*

Stacey

Steve

Sue**

Susan*

Sylvia

Tara*

Tiffany

Tom

Tommie

Tony
Tracy

Tracey*

Troy

Vicky*

Vincent

Wayne

Yvonne*
his has some deep meaning hidden between the lines for all of us
and all that you have meant to me.... some ONE is looking out for
us...if I didn't believe that....we wouldn't still be friends..... READ
ALONE - READ ALL OF IT

CASE 1: Kelly Seedy had one wish, for her boyfriend of three years,
David Marsden, to propose to her. Then one day when she was out
to lunch, David proposed! She accepted. But she then had to leave
because she had a meeting in 20 min. When she got back to her
office she noticed on her computer she had e-mail. She checked it,
the usual stuff from friends, but then she saw one that she had
never seen before. It was this very letter. She simply deleted it,
without reading it. BIG MISTAKE!! Later that evening she received a
call from the local police. It was regarding David. He had been in an
accident with an 18-wheeler, he did not survive.

CASE 2:
Take Katie Robbenson. She received this letter and being the
believer that she was sent it off to a few of her friends, but did not
have enough to send to the full 10 that you must. Three days later
she went to a Masquerade ball. Later that night when she left to get
to her car to go home, she was killed on the spot by a hit and run
drunk driver.

CASE 3:
Richard S. Willis sent this letter out within 45 minutes of reading it.
Not even 4 hours later walking along the street to his new job
interview, with a really big company, when he ran into Cynthia Bell,
his secret love of 5 years. Cynthia came up to him and told him of
her passionate crush on him that she had for 2 years. Three days
later he proposed to her and they were married. They are still
married to this day and have three children.

This is the letter:

Around the corner I have a friend,


In this great city that has no end,
Yet the days go by, and the weeks rush on,
And before I know it a year has gone.

And I never see my old friends face,


For life is a swift and terrible race,
He knows I like him just as well,
As in the days when I rang his bell,

And he rang mine if, we were younger then,


And now we are busy, tired men.
Tired of playing a foolish game,
Tired of trying to make a name.

Tomorrow; I say, I will call on Jim


Just to show I am thinking of him.
But tomorrow comes and tomorrow goes,
And distance between us grows and grows.

Around the corner! - yet miles away,


Here's a telegram sir, Jim died today.
And that's what we get and deserve in the end.
Around the corner, a vanished friend.

Remember to always say what you mean.


If you love someone - tell them.
Don't be afraid to express yourself.
Reach out and tell someone what they mean to you,
because when you decide that it is the right time,
it might be too late.

Seize the day, Never have regrets.

Most importantly stay close to your friends and family,


for they have helped make you the person you are today.

You must send this on within 3 hours, after reading the letter, to 10
different people. If you do this you will receive unbelievably good
luck in love. The person you are most attracted to will soon return
your feelings. If you do not, bad luck will rear it's ugly head.

THIS IS NOT A JOKE!


The more people you send this to, the better luck you will have.

Excuze
s. Lennith Bonifacio
Personnel Manager
Petron Corporation
Limay, Bataan

Dear Ms. Bonifacio:

Please excuse me for being absent on April 14 and 15 because I will


be preparing for my three topics proposal and also panel defense in
my subject Research Method as the final requirements in Master’s
Degree.

Thank you for your kind consideration.

Sincerely yours,

Rose Mary Passion

Attested by:

Marianne Cruz
Instructor