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I. Write an email to your supplier about the delay in delivery, using the information below. (45 minutes)

Your company has ordered 500 high-quality pieces for a new project. The supplier originally promised delivery date is Monday, January 15th, 2024, but the current date is Thursday, January 18th, 2024. Your company hasn’t received any information from the supplier and it impacted significantly on the progress of your company project.

Some ideas for your email:

  • Express your concern about the delay: Clearly state that the pieces haven't arrived yet and express your worry about missing the project deadline.

  • Highlight the importance of the order: Remind the client and the significance of the order for your company project

  • Request an update and solution: Politely ask about the reason for the delay and an estimated new delivery date. Offer potential solutions like expedited shipping if possible.

  • Maintain a professional and respectful tone: Focus on finding a solution together and avoid accusatory language.

Write a minimum of 100 words.

II. Write an email to your manager to ask for a leave. (45 minutes)

You are working for a company. You need to take some time off work and want to ask your manager about this. Write a letter to your manager. The information can be real or imaginary.

In your email, you have to:

  • Explain why you want to take time off work

  • Give details of the amount of time you need

  • Suggest how your work could be covered while you are away You do not need to include your name or addresses.

Write a minimum of 120 words.