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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #11718: Mail about a job application
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Writing a letter [Change theme]
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    Mail about a job application

    From Lauren   

     Quick Mail



    To  Vincent


    Vincent @ piano.com'Vincent@piano.com


    Complete this letter.


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    Thank you very much your job application letter.
    you may know our society is due deliver mail and parcels as fast as possible. Your profile sounds a good one but you did not point skills which could be important for us. Have you got a driving licence instance? That point is very important because you drive the city very quickly. You said you have moved London recently but are you sure you know every single street to be able to find address ?
    Please give us some further information yourself, such as your knowledge English language as you wrote your letter French.
    Best .

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