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Chapter 15. Unit summary: Letter proposals > Independent practice activity

Independent practice activity

1: List the main parts of a letter proposal.
2: Which of the following should be accomplished in the opening of a letter proposal?
  1. Identify the client’s need or problem

  2. State your credentials

  3. Outline the schedule for the project

  4. Compare the costs and benefits of your plan

3: The two elements you must price in your budget are the cost of services and the cost of_____________.
  1. Resources

  2. Time

  3. Goods

  4. Manpower

4: You should make sure that you inform the client about projects similar to theirs that you have completed successfully for other clients. True or false?
5: List the guidelines you should follow to make your proposal visually pleasing.
6: Which of the following conclusions would effectively motivate the client to take action?
  1. In conclusion, I hope you feel that my service can benefit this company and its employees. Given a chance, I think my proposal can make the employee handbook a more useful and accessible document. If you have any questions, please contact me at extension 1212.

  2. In conclusion, I have the opportunity to reformat the employee handbook, it will probably become a more useful document. This project can benefit the entire company with little time invested and minimal financial loss. If you have any questions, please contact me at extension at 1212.

  3. In conclusion, reformatting the employee handbook will make it a more useful and accessible document. This project can benefit the entire company with a little time invested and minimal financial loss. If you have any questions, please contact me at extension 1212.




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