You would like to participate in a work-related seminar in another country. Write a letter to the person in charge of the seminar and ask for detailed information regarding the dates, program, accommodation and cost.

I am James Rodriguez, currently working as a Software Engineer in Brazil. I have heard about your seminar on Web Development, scheduled to be held in Toronto, Canada in December 2022, through an advertisement in a newspaper. I am planning to attend
this
workshop and need some
further
details. The seminar schedule was not mentioned.
Hence
, I would like to know the dates of the workshop. I would be glad if you can
also
give me a brief of the program and if will be
any
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hands-on or will it be just a theoretical session. Please inform me how much it would cost to book my seat.
Lastly
, once I will be travelling from Brazil, I would like to know about the accommodation arrangement. Is there any living place provided by you? If not, could you please let me know of the hotels nearby along with the probable cost per night including meals? Thank you in advance for your reply. I am looking forward to attending the seminar. Yours faithfully, James Rodriguez
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The Greeting

Depending on the style and aim of the letter, you will need to adapt your greeting.

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  • Dear + name
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