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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    You can say, Dear Friend, I’m writing to you because I know you would be able to help me out in this difficult situation. You are my very best friend and I need your help. I’m having a very hard time financially and I need to pay off some debts. I need $ 5.00 so that I can make it through the month.Read more

    You can say,

    1. Dear Friend, I’m writing to you because I know you would be able to help me out in this difficult situation.
    2. You are my very best friend and I need your help.
    3. I’m having a very hard time financially and I need to pay off some debts. I need $ 5.00 so that I can make it through the month.
    4. I’ve been very careful with my money, but this is what happens when you get a little behind.
    5. I’m counting on your generosity to help me out of this jam. I will repay you as soon as possible. Thank you so much for being there for me.
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    If your boss has thanked you for your work, thank him back. We are conditioned to feel that we performed well at a task when someone thanks us for doing it. Bonus: If you wrote a report, send it to your boss. We are also conditioned to feel that we performed well at a task when someone reads it.

    If your boss has thanked you for your work, thank him back. We are conditioned to feel that we performed well at a task when someone thanks us for doing it.

    Bonus: If you wrote a report, send it to your boss. We are also conditioned to feel that we performed well at a task when someone reads it.

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    Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Reply to "I am very well, thanks. I hope it is the same with you too" is "Much better thank you, and you?"

    Reply to “I am very well, thanks. I hope it is the same with you too” is “Much better thank you, and you?”

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    The response is  "Thank you for making us aware. We will take steps to prevent a recurrence."

    The response is  “Thank you for making us aware. We will take steps to prevent a recurrence.”

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    It is typically better to use "To whom it may concern" as opposed to "dear sir madam" when writing a respectful letter related to a business matter.

    It is typically better to use “To whom it may concern” as opposed to “dear sir madam” when writing a respectful letter related to a business matter.

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