A repetition is the usage of a word or information that the recipient of the letter can guess.
I am writing this letter to refer Mr John, an elderly gentleman of 79 years.
Can you guess the repetitions?
- Elderly = 79 years
- Gentleman = Mr
- Man = Mr + John
You can see that the word “elderly” is a repetition for “79 years”, Mr for “Gentleman and John, etc.
|She being transferred…||…into your care||That’s understood!|
|He needs incontinence pads||…for incontinence||That’s very much clear!|
|She needs adult incontinence pads||…adult||Adults do not use nappies!|
There are several repetitions that we hardly notice but the problem is, the assessors hardly miss these errors!
- She lives with her husband.
- Re: Dylan Charles, _____.
- 6 weeks old baby
- I am writing to refer baby Dylan who is the first born of a 24 year old Mrs Silvia Charles.
- He has an appointment at your facility at 8 AM on the 21st of this month for expert assessment.
- This is to introduce Ms Sydney Lotten who requires your continued care from your service.