To: Peter Stone,
From: Lynn Chen, Financial Department
Date: April 2nd, 20xx
Subject: Casual Leave of Absence
Peter, I would like to know if I could ask for a casual leave of absence for one day on April 4th, this Wednesday.
This morning I received a telephone call from my dentist, urging me to come to his practice for immediate treatment of my teeth. I have been experiencing a stinging pain, depriving me of my sleep during the past fortnight. The situation could worsen, should infection occur.
Concerning my workload: As Wednesday is not as busy as the other weekdays, I think a one-day leave this Wednesday may be the best solution. I apologize for the inconvenience my absence from work may cause.
Thanks. I will call you at :30p.m. or you can call me at any time.
Dear mrms xxx;
today i'm writing to you to ask for a five-day leave, for i've got cold last night with carlessness.
this morning my mother took me to see the doctor,who told me to stay in bed for some days. so i am very sorry to be absent from school, eecially your interesting lessons. i'll be sure to make up for the missed lessons after i recover from the illness.
I ask for sick leave of two days, but still not recovered, he can't go to school, need to continue treatment, had to extend leave two days, hope can be approved.
Student: Yang Fan
X x dated
I won't be able to attend school for today and tomorrow because i just got a call from my sister saying that our mother fell ill and is going to be in the hoital for few days. I am very sorry for the fact that i'll be absent for two days because i have to go and take care of my mother, but i'll be back in school as soon as she gets better and catch up with the rest of the students.
Thank you for your consideration
Today, because of my grandmother was seriously ill, with parents to visit, ask for leave one day.
Student: Li Binbin