It's Time to Write Better Email.
Are you frustrated at how long it takes you to write a simple email?
Are you afraid that you won't be understood, or if you're being too formal or informal?
Are you embarrassed at your grammar errors?
Do you need more confidence writing in English, your second language?
Technology keeps getting better and better. We have virtual meetings, applications in the cloud, and instantaneous communication with people all over the world. However, no matter how much technology advances, business communication is still focused on one tool: Email.
Has this ever happened to you?
- You try to explain something in an email, and so you keep writing and writing. Soon you have hundreds of words, but your point is still not clear.
- You're writing an email to someone you've never met, and you don't know how to start! Should you use their first name or surname? Then at the end, how do you say goodbye?
- You need to write an email to a colleague in another country, and you know that you've made grammar mistakes but you don't know how to fix them.
If you have been in any of these situations, then this course is for you! You will learn how to:
- Communicate important information more clearly
- Create error-free messages
- Become more professional and confident
Once you sign up, you'll get immediate (and permanent) access to the course materials. The course is broken up into five units:
In Unit 1, Crystal Clear Essentials, you'll learn general guidelines for email writing, including the 10 essential questions to ask yourself when looking over an email.
In Unit 2, Proper Layout and Structure, you'll learn how to structure your email for maximum impact. We'll also cover all the different parts of an email, and explain what you should include (and what you shouldn't).
In Unit 3, Crystal-Clear Language, you'll learn how to use language effectively. What grammar is most important for email writing? Unit 3 will show you, along with how to respond to specific situations.
In Unit 4, Impeccable Etiquette, you'll learn how to write email that is polite and professional. You'll also learn the proper tone to use when writing email, as well as 3 things to avoid.
In Unit 5, Make it Perfect, you'll learn how to edit your text, including a checklist to make sure that your email is absolutely perfect before you send it!
The final task asks you to write an email in a real business situation.
You'll get a personalized, detailed feedback report on your performance from us.
To teach all of this material in the context of one-on-one private English lessons would cost hundreds of dollars. However, you can get access to all of this information right now. And if you're not completely satisfied, you can get a full refund within the first 30 days.
What are you waiting for? Sign up right now and get started! See you on the inside!
Frank Bonkowski is an educational writer, English language teacher, and e-learning specialist, passionate about learning and teaching. As a lover of writing, Frank has a twofold mission: to teach English learners to write better and to train language teachers in teaching effective academic writing. He was a teacher trainer at several universities, including McGill, Concordia, and TELUQ, a center of distance education.
Frank has contributed to nine English-language textbook projects, including the Take series, the biggest success in Canadian textbook publishing history. He is founder of two websites for teaching writing: English School Courses and Business English HQ. He has published several online writing courses, including Introduction to Academic Writing for learners and Teaching Writing to Intermediate and Advanced English Learners for teachers.