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Do you have an apology to make? Have you been late in saying thank you to a gift or invitation? Have you been involved in some kind of misunderstanding that you want to clear up? Has your child misbehaved? Have you damaged someone else's property? Have you been unable to keep an appointment or promise? Have you been rude or insensitive?
Here are some tips on how to write your apology with dignity and sincerity.
Guidelines for writing apologies:
Helpful words you can use: Click on each word to get definitions and examples from WordNet 2.0 Vocabulary Helper.
Missing an Appointment
To Mr. Happy Day,
I would like to apologize for missing our scheduled appointment last Wednesday, April 21, 2015. I also apologize for not calling in advance to cancel. I will call your office this week to reschedule a meeting with you.
Thank you for your understanding and patience.
Your typed name
Apology for Reply to Belated Invitation
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Alott,
Thank you for the invitation to your party. However, please accept my apologies for this late reply.
I would very much like to attend your party and hope that you can accept my RSVP at this late date. Please let me know if I am too late in responding.
Again, thank you so much for the invitation.
Apology for Broken Object
Dear Ms. Green,
I would like to apologize for the damage my daughter caused to your window. Please send me the repair bill, so I can reimburse you. I assure you that this will not happen again. If there is anything else I can do for you, please let me know.
Your typed name, your neighbor
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