2008.01.21(Review of 2005.11.07 edition)
Hello again! We've got a neat little week in store for you. Just four small words - 25 letters in total - but, oh, how they'll work for you when used right! You'll find them especially valuable in e-mail and other business correspondence! Use often and enjoy!
- To inform someone is to give them information about something.
- inform とは、何かについての情報を与える、つまり、知らせる、という意味です。
- (to a client)
I'll inform my supervisor of your request. I'm sure he'll have an answer for you in a few days.
- I plan to submit my resignation in March, but I wanted to inform you well in advance so that you can begin looking for my successor.
- (an announcement in a newspaper)
This is to inform our readers that, as of next week, this paper will no longer carry the “Berlitz Buzz” business news column.
- ADVISOR: Mr. President, there was an accident at our main plant. About seven hours ago ...
PRESIDENT: Seven hours ago! Why wasn't I informed about this earlier?
It is our sad duty to inform you that today's WordMaster@Work is now officially over!