You want to arrange a conference for your company, and you need to ask one of your colleagues to give a presentation in this conference. Write a letter to your colleague. In your letter include: Details about the conference Why you want your colleague to give presentation What arrangement will you do for this conference

Dear Julie , Hope
this
letter finds you well! It has been so long since we don’t meet each other since you moved to England. Indeed , I’m writing
this
letter to request you to present a small talk at the conference. Regarding the details of the conference , we are planning to give Health and Safety training to our onsite engineers on upcoming Saturday . As far as the location goes,
this
conference will be held at Summit Hotel which is very close proximity to our office. When the boss asks me to find someone who has in-depth knowledge in that field , the
first
person that comes to my mind is you, Julie . Being an international HR manager, I believe , you can share precious knowledge and worldwide experiences. In terms of the arrangement
such
as transport and meal or other necessities , all matters can be leaned on me. You just need to come to
this
destinated place and share your valuable speech with our employees. Looking forward to your confirmation. Keep in touch, Mee Mee
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The Closing

The style of the letter determine how you have to close it.

Check out the suggested closing sentences for each type of letter in the General IELTS Test. The closing sentence should be the last sentence of your letter.

Formal style (To someone you have not met, whose name you don’t know)

  • Yours faithfully,

Semi-formal (To someone you may or may not have met, whose last name you know)

  • Yours sincerely,

Informal (To someone you know well, whose first name you know and use)

  • Best regards,
  • Warm wishes,

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