An Application For Annual Leave
To: Mr. John Smith, General Manager
From: George Chen, Accounting Department
Date: January 22, 2003
Subject: Application for annual leave
Dear Mr. Smith，
I would like to apply for an annual leave from January 25th to 31st.
As you may know the Spring Festival is falling on February 1st this year. It's the most important holiday in China and offers the best occasion for family reunion. However, over the past 3 years I missed the reunions due to tight work schedule. Now that I have wrapped up my work for this year, I would like to go back to my hometown to pay filial piety to my parents and help my sole brother prepare his wedding on January 28th.
It's indeed double happiness for my family that I would like to be part of. Coupled with the official holidays for the Spring Festival, I will have two weeks off which will definitely gear me up for better work in the new year. I'm looking forward to your kind answer.
Dear Miss Gao,
I\\\\m sorry I can\\\\t go to school today. I helped the farmers pick apples with my classmates on the farm yesterday. Unluckily, I fell off the ladder and hurt my leg, but I wasn\\\\t badly hurt. The doctor asked me to stay in bed and have a good rest. So I ask for leave for two days.
Dear Miss Gao,
I'm sorry I can't go to school today. I helped the farmers pick apples with my classmates on the farm yesterday. Unluckily, I fell off the ladder and hurt my leg, but I wasn't badly hurt. The doctor asked me to stay in bed and have a good rest. So I ask for leave for two days.
Yours, Wang Li
Oct. 7, 200
A telegram has just come to hand saying that my mother is serious ill and urging me to go home at once. Because of this I should very much like to have a leave of three days beginning on Oct. 8. I hope that my request will be given due consideration.
Encl: a telegram from my home