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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #93704: Professional emails
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    Email 1 -
    Dear Tim, As , I've sent you the presentation we built for the convention in Paris. Do not hesitate to modify it if it is necessary. Any is welcome. In particular, I am sure that you have references to add to the « Success Stories » part. Please send me the final of the presentation before Friday. Take my down from my email signature and give me a call if you have any trouble.

    Email 2 -
    Hi Stephan, I've been trying to you all day, but I did not to contact you. Could you please call me as soon as possible? It is pretty urgent:, we need to talk about the Kariboo .
    Best regards,

    Email 3 -
    Hi Isabelle, I've made a of all the customers' names we need to contact. Please feel to complete it (spreadsheet attached). We will our proposal during our weekly conference call next Thursday. Hope it . Kind ,
    Sarah. PS: I have Julie on this email to keep her informed about our work.

    Email 4 -
    Hi Sarah, Please find your file that I've completed with my customer . By the way, I've sorted it by name than date because I think it is more convenient. Let me know what you .

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