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 Email Writing Practice Set 1

  • Question :: 1
    As a member of your residential society, write an email to inspector of local Police station, Mr.Sharma, informing him about miscreants who ride their bikes rashly every evening outside your society. Sign the email as william.

    Outline:
    residential area - ride - rashly - children - play - elderly - walk - grocery shop - across the road - dangerous - accidents - nuisance - action - immediately


    No Best Answer on this question yet!

    Points to Remember:

    • You can use your own phrases along with all the Phrases/Outlines given in question(Make sure you insert all the words into the body of your mail).
    • Write the starting and end salutations properly.
    • Don’t skip any of the given words/phrases.
    • Addressing and signing should be as information given in question.Sign the name with the name provided in the question, avoid using your own name. In case it is not mentioned then only use your own name with proper designation. Always write “Regards”, “Thanks”, “Warm Regards” before signing it.   
    • It is advisable to write in normal English with good grammar and spelling and punctuation in TCS email Topics.
    • Time limit for Mock Test will be 10 minutes (Same as TCS Email Writing Test), However Practice Set don't have time limit.
    • Common grammatical rules, punctuation should be according to standard English.
    • Use simple sentences rather than compound and complex sentences.
    • Proper word order is very important to convey the intended meaning.
     

  • Question :: 2
    As a recent buyer of their car, write an E-mail to the Manager of Smart automotive company, Mr. Ahmed, regarding the poor quality of service facility available in the city. Sign the E-mail as Chopra.

    Outline:
    very few - service centres - complaints - pending problems - maintenance - cost - time - delivery - increase - customer satisfaction


    No Best Answer on this question yet!

    Points to Remember:

    • You can use your own phrases along with all the Phrases/Outlines given in question(Make sure you insert all the words into the body of your mail).
    • Write the starting and end salutations properly.
    • Don’t skip any of the given words/phrases.
    • Addressing and signing should be as information given in question.Sign the name with the name provided in the question, avoid using your own name. In case it is not mentioned then only use your own name with proper designation. Always write “Regards”, “Thanks”, “Warm Regards” before signing it.   
    • It is advisable to write in normal English with good grammar and spelling and punctuation in TCS email Topics.
    • Time limit for Mock Test will be 10 minutes (Same as TCS Email Writing Test), However Practice Set don't have time limit.
    • Common grammatical rules, punctuation should be according to standard English.
    • Use simple sentences rather than compound and complex sentences.
    • Proper word order is very important to convey the intended meaning.
     

  • Question :: 3
    You are the project manager and you took Billy to your project for delivering a service. Using the following phrases write an E-mail thanking Billy for completing your project work.

    Outline:
    Accepting join - project months time - location constraints - flexibility - hard work - technical expertise invaluable - high complexity task - co-operating - deliver service - critical moment - deadlines - savior - look forward - to working with you - all the best


    No Best Answer on this question yet!

    Points to Remember:

    • You can use your own phrases along with all the Phrases/Outlines given in question(Make sure you insert all the words into the body of your mail).
    • Write the starting and end salutations properly.
    • Don’t skip any of the given words/phrases.
    • Addressing and signing should be as information given in question.Sign the name with the name provided in the question, avoid using your own name. In case it is not mentioned then only use your own name with proper designation. Always write “Regards”, “Thanks”, “Warm Regards” before signing it.   
    • It is advisable to write in normal English with good grammar and spelling and punctuation in TCS email Topics.
    • Time limit for Mock Test will be 10 minutes (Same as TCS Email Writing Test), However Practice Set don't have time limit.
    • Common grammatical rules, punctuation should be according to standard English.
    • Use simple sentences rather than compound and complex sentences.
    • Proper word order is very important to convey the intended meaning.
     

  • Question :: 4
    Using the following phrases, write an email with minimum of 70 words to the customer Mr. Roy explaining delay in the project.

    Outline:
    Payment processing system - Schedule - 15th - month - Unexpected system crash - bug fix and maintenance - 3 days - Overall delay - 10 days - includes recovery of lost work - will not recur


    No Best Answer on this question yet!

    Points to Remember:

    • You can use your own phrases along with all the Phrases/Outlines given in question(Make sure you insert all the words into the body of your mail).
    • Write the starting and end salutations properly.
    • Don’t skip any of the given words/phrases.
    • Addressing and signing should be as information given in question.Sign the name with the name provided in the question, avoid using your own name. In case it is not mentioned then only use your own name with proper designation. Always write “Regards”, “Thanks”, “Warm Regards” before signing it.   
    • It is advisable to write in normal English with good grammar and spelling and punctuation in TCS email Topics.
    • Time limit for Mock Test will be 10 minutes (Same as TCS Email Writing Test), However Practice Set don't have time limit.
    • Common grammatical rules, punctuation should be according to standard English.
    • Use simple sentences rather than compound and complex sentences.
    • Proper word order is very important to convey the intended meaning.
     

  • Question :: 5
    As an intern at ABC consulting Pvt.Ltd, write an email with a minimum of 70 words and a maximum of 100 words using the following phrases to your internship Project Manager, Mr.Ramesh, informing about the progress that you are making and some difficulties that you are encountering. Sign the email as Ben. Outline:

    Outline:
    Thank - challenging - progress - tight - schedule - support - report - analytics - guidance - access - doubt - requirements - design


    No Best Answer on this question yet!

    Points to Remember:

    • You can use your own phrases along with all the Phrases/Outlines given in question(Make sure you insert all the words into the body of your mail).
    • Write the starting and end salutations properly.
    • Don’t skip any of the given words/phrases.
    • Addressing and signing should be as information given in question.Sign the name with the name provided in the question, avoid using your own name. In case it is not mentioned then only use your own name with proper designation. Always write “Regards”, “Thanks”, “Warm Regards” before signing it.   
    • It is advisable to write in normal English with good grammar and spelling and punctuation in TCS email Topics.
    • Time limit for Mock Test will be 10 minutes (Same as TCS Email Writing Test), However Practice Set don't have time limit.
    • Common grammatical rules, punctuation should be according to standard English.
    • Use simple sentences rather than compound and complex sentences.
    • Proper word order is very important to convey the intended meaning.