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Read the formal letter below and fill in the gaps using the more appropriate phrase. Type the correct letter (A or B) in the spaces provided.
You have arranged a business meeting with a company you wish to co-operate with, but you have to postpone the meeting.
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Dear Mr Jackson,
1.[A: Sincere apologies B: Really sorry] , unfortunately I am writing to 2.[A: let you know B: inform you] that I will now be unable to meet with you as 3.[A: we said we would B: previously arranged] at 3pm on March 25th. I have now been requested to 4.[A: be at B: attend] a seminar on behalf of our organisation as a 5.[A: colleague B: workmate] of mine has fallen ill and I need to conduct business 6.[A: for him B: on his behalf] .
I am still extremely interested in 7.[A: establishing B: setting up] a co-operation and would like to suggest that we arrange 8.[A: an alternative B: another] meeting at 11am on April 2nd. I hope that the time and date suggested are 9.[A: OKAY B: convenient] for you and look forward to hearing your confirmation. If not, please suggest an alternative arrangement. I would be able to meet with you either here at our offices or at your site, whichever is 10. [A: more appropriate B: better] , please advise.
I look forward very much to hearing from you and I am certain that our business venture will soon be operational.