I can assure you that: (phrase) This is a formal and polite sentence. It`s actually a formal way “that there`s nothing to worry about.” It is common that if someone complains about something or has a different opinion than yours, it is because part of this is because they are worried or have doubts. Since the purpose of an e-mail/letter of disagreement is to convince/convince the person that they are wrong, you need to know what these concerns/doubts are and give them a good answer as to why their doubts or concerns are false. The phrase “I can assure you” is used to introduce this answer, for example.B. “I can assure you that all sorts of things have been tried to solve the problem.” In Spanish: “puedo asegurarle que.” I hope this will address your concerns: (phrase) This sentence is used to be polite. Basically, it means, “I hope I convinced you that I was right and that you were wrong.” This term should only be used if you respond to emails/letters in which someone complains about something or if they have said they have doubts/concerns about something. It is used at the end of an email/letter. In Spanish: “espero que esto responda a sus preocupaciones.” Letters to management are letters written to the staff or department that controls a company or organization and makes decisions. These may include letters of application for positions, letters of complaint for complaints, letters of request to request information, etc.

In all circumstances, all letters written to management must be formal, contain all necessary information and be free of grammatical errors. They must also be shaped in a readable and professional writing. Be sure not to contain confidential information, especially if the letter is not addressed to a particular person. Before you write letters to management, you need to think about what you want to accomplish and who exactly you are writing to. Use the right address and call. If you don`t have an existing relationship with the recipient, imagine in the first paragraph. Start with the most important information and go straight to the point. Keep it a little short. However, if your letter is relatively long, you send it in short paragraphs. If there are attachments, be sure to mention in the letter and give a brief description of what they are.

Finish with an expression of appreciation and give your contact information. Regarding your concerns about: (phrase) This is a formal way to introduce the subject with which you will not agree. It`s a formal way of saying “in your last email, you said/indicated/proposed.” The point/subject with which you disagree, for example.B. “given your concerns about the current delays in the project” always follows. You then tell them that you disagree and explain why. In this expression, you use “concerns” if the person in his email/letter was critical. If the person in his email/letter was not critical, but suggested something, you should “concerns” in the phrase by “suggestions” (z.B.