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Have you recently scheduled a business appointment or a job interview and want to confirm the meeting date? Have you just had a job interview? Do you need to find out if you have been accepted for the job? This section will give you tips and samples on how to write your follow-up letter.
Guidelines for writing follow-up letters:
Helpful verbs you can use: Click on each word to get definitions and examples from WordNet 1.6 Vocabulary Helper.
To Confirm an Appointment via Email
To: Dr. Tom Jones
Subject: Follow-up meeting
CC: Self (Stu Gally)
I am looking forward to our meeting on Friday at 10:00am at your office to discuss my status as graduate student in your program. I will see you then.
After a Job Interview
To Miss Marie Hichock,
I would like to thank you for meeting me for the salesperson job. I enjoyed the interview and I hope you found it enjoyable as well. I really am interested in this sales position, and I feel that I can be a great benefit to your company.
If you need any additional information, please feel free to contact me at (202) 123-4567. Again, thank you for your time.
Acknowledgment for a Gift
How are you? How's married life going? I am doing fine. I just wanted to be sure that you received the crystal vase I sent you last June. I know how busy life can be for newly-weds, so I thought that I would check to be sure that the mail got through to you. I wish I could've been there for your wedding, but it was just too much with Michael being sick. He is out of the hospital now and doing well. I hope that your wedding was a beautiful and wonderful day for you.
Take care and keep in touch!
Your Aunt Hilda
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