Can I have some practice questions for enquiry letter. They are not any in study material.
IntroductionLetters ofenquirydescribe what the writer wants and why. The more unusual the request, the more convincing the reason needs to be.ContentSubject HeadingThis should inform the reader that this is an enquiry or request; e.g.Enquiry about TextbooksRequest for BrochureQuery about WebsiteQuestion regarding Product ComponentsFirst ParagraphThis should tell the reader what you want; e.g.Please send me... (for things that the organisation offers to send)I would be grateful if you could tell me... (for things that are not normally offered)I am writing to enquire whether... (to see if something is possible)I would especially like to know... ( + a more detailed request)Could you also... ( + an additional enquiry or request)Second ParagraphThis paragraph tells the reader why you are contacting his or her organisation, and gives further details of the enquiry.There are two reasons why you may contact an organisation:you have contacted this organisation before, and want to again.you have not contacted this organisation before, but you have heard about them. You should describe from where, such as from an advert or a recommendation; e.g.I saw your advert in the HK Daily on Friday, 4 May 2007.Your company was recommended to me by Ms. Elsie Wong of Far Eastern Logistics.Final ParagraphThis paragraph should contain a polite expression and/or an expression of thanks to the reader. The degree of politeness (and therefore the length), depends on how unusual or difficult your request is. Possible language includes:Thanks. (For a very informal and normal enquiry or request)I look forward to hearing from you.I am looking forward to hearing from you.Thank you for your assistance.Thank you very much for your kind assistance.I appreciate that this is an unusual request, but I would be very grateful for any help you could provide. I look forward to hearing from you.If you think the reader might have further questions, you can suggest that he or she contact you; e.g. 'If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me'.Example lettersGolden Gate EngineeringPrince Square, Prince Street, Kowloon8 May 2007ProSkills Training CentreJubilee BuildingSilver RoadWan ChaiDear Sir or Madam,Enquiry about Quality Control CourseI am writing to enquire whether your company could offer a course on Quality Control for our managers.I saw your advert in the HK Daily on Friday, 4 May 2007, and the Quality Control Training Course (Ref.: QC 101 ) mentioned in the advert might be suitable for us. I would like to know if it is possible for you to offer a 3-month training course starting before or, at the latest, on Friday, 25 May 2007, for a group of 20. Could you send us some information about the teaching staff and the possible schedule for this course?I am looking forward to receiving your reply.Yours faithfully,Chapmen AuChapmen AuManaging DirectorRich Lucky Trading Company345, Nathan Rd, Kowloon, H.K.10 May 2007Hi-fashion Garment LtdUnit 398Shek Kip Mei Industrial EstateDear Sir or MadamRequest for CataloguePlease send me your current catalogue.Your company was recommended to me by Ms. Elsie Wong of Far Eastern Logistics. Our African customer is interested in importing a range of printed 100% cotton cloth.I look forward to hearing from you.Yours