It might seem as if leaving a written note/message is the old method of communication. However, even nowadays, your phone may be dead, crashed, or have batter low, and then you may turn to a written note/message. Traditionally, written notes/messages are written and left where they can easily seen by those people who are concerned. You can't written a note/and leave it on the table or bed drawer.
THE REASONS WHY PEOPLE WRITE OR LEAVE WRITTEN NOTES/MESSAGES.
· To inform
· To remind
· To give precaution
· To instruct
· To order
· To ask for permission
· To warn, etc.
Anyone can write and leave a written note/message because of any of the reasons above.
HOW WRITTEN NOTES/MESSAGES ARE DELIVERED
In most cases, written notes/messages have its unique way to reach the receiver. When they are written, they are placed in an open space so as the receiver can easily see them and take immediate action. They are often left on tables, on coaches, on beds, on floors, on cupboards, or on any other open spaces.
Here are some of sentence patterns which are mostly used when writing or leaving a written note/message:
See you later,
Keep in touch,
Come at Mpanda Hotel.
I will be back....,
I'll back in 15 minutes.
Please call me,
I have gone out.
Eat your food
I'm out for exercise.
Do not disturb
Open vacant, etc.
Some examples of written notes/messages are:
"I'm at the Upendo bar.
Come with money"
"I'm out. I'll be back in 45 minutes.
Mop the room and arrange things properly"
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