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danilingua  Identity Verified
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Apr 26, 2004

http://www.ego4u.de/de/cram-up/writing/business-letter/greeting

endlich alles gemeinsam und schön übersichtlich - Ralf, gehe JETZT zu Gloss Post.

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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Is ja gut... *bg* Apr 26, 2004

Ralf, gehe JETZT zu Gloss Post.

Aber bitte direkt, und nicht über "Los"!


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seeehr witzzisch Apr 26, 2004

warten wir mal ab, was mein Kunde heute zu dem englischen Erbbaurechtsvertrag sagt... dann kannst Du mir einen Kuchen backen.... mit Metall

so, weiter schaffen. Ich habe mir jetzt endlich einmal eine Grammatikseite eingerichtet, und mein Sammelsurium an links etc. dort hin verfrachtet. Geht's dem Esel zu gut, geht er auf's Eis (Hallo Steffen), und wenn ich etwas schönes finde, muss es hierher.

So, weiter

D


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Mit Metall? Apr 26, 2004

Daniela Gotta wrote:
dann kannst Du mir einen Kuchen backen.... mit Metall
D

Ist das Metall wie in Feile oder wie in Rostbraten?


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wieso Rostbraten? Apr 26, 2004

Klaus Herrmann wrote:

Daniela Gotta wrote:
dann kannst Du mir einen Kuchen backen.... mit Metall
D

Ist das Metall wie in Feile oder wie in Rostbraten?


WOmit würdest Du denn lieber aus dem Gefängnis ausbrechen - so, jetzt aber weiter im Geschäft...;-)))


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Dear Sir or Madam/To whom it may concern Apr 26, 2004

Forgive me posting in English, but I thought I should point out that both these are good British English but they are used in different ways.

Dear Sir or Madam is used when you do not know the sex ("gender") of the specific person you are addressing.

To whom it may concern (often with capitals, To Whom It May Concern) is a heading, e.g. for a reference from a former employer, on a document which may be shown to several different unknown people.

That is the British English practice, I don't know the US English equivalents, if they differ.

[Edited at 2004-04-26 22:10]


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danke Apr 26, 2004

für den Hinweis aus der Praxis!!

Gruß

Daniela


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