TCS Email Writing Questions Part-1 Download

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Email Writing:

In this part of the test, you are expected to write an email for the given scenario in the given range in 10 minutes. And you will also be given the keywords to be used in the Email

Recommended Strategy-Email Writing:

This is one of the easiest parts. First quickly try to understand the given scenario then start writing. Be simple and crisp. Don’t move away from the topic. Grammar is one of the important things that they evaluate. So some silly grammatical mistakes can hinder your chances. You need not use complex vocabulary. It should be simple such that everyone understands.

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We have gathered few important email writing questions which were asked recently in the on campus drives of TCS. So go through this and as much you can.

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4 October 2016 at 03:53 delete

Don’t forget that academic writing requires for a specific glossary, especially if the subject is specialized and assumes plenty of terms. Slang expressions, such as wanna, gotta are forbidden for any academic paper, have a peek at this page to find more.

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