VOCABULARY

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Some verbs related to taking messages for a guest:

  1. Record: To write down the message accurately. Example: “I will record your message and ensure it’s delivered to the guest as soon as possible.”

  2. Relay: To pass on the message to the intended recipient. Example: “I will relay your message to the guest as soon as possible.”

  3. Jot down: To quickly write down the message. Example: “Let me just jot down your message before I forget.”

  4. Write up: To prepare a written message. Example: “I will write up your message and ensure it’s delivered to the guest promptly.”

  5. Document: To create a record of the message. Example: “I will document your message and make sure it’s delivered to the guest.”

  6. Take down: To write down the message. Example: “Let me take down your message and ensure it’s delivered to the guest promptly.”

  7. Capture: To note or record the message. Example: “I will capture your message accurately and deliver it to the guest as soon as possible.”

  8. Transcribe: To write down the message word-for-word. Example: “I will transcribe your message so that the guest receives an accurate record.”

  9. Note: To make a written record of the message. Example: “Let me note down your message so that I can deliver it to the guest as soon as possible.”

  10. Log: To make an entry in a record book or system. Example: “I will log your message and ensure it’s delivered to the guest in a timely manner.”

  11. Convey: To communicate or pass on a message to the intended recipient. Example: “I will convey your message to the guest and make sure they receive it promptly.”

  12. Pass along: To transfer a message to someone else. Example: “I will pass along your message to the guest so they can receive it as soon as possible.”

  13. Deliver: To bring or send a message to the intended recipient. Example: “I will deliver your message to the guest and make sure it’s received promptly.”

  14. Forward: To send a message to someone else, usually via email or another electronic means. Example: “I will forward your message to the guest’s email address so they can receive it quickly.”

  15. Communicate: To share information with another person. Example: “I will communicate your message to the guest and ensure it’s understood clearly.”

  16. Relay back: To pass along the recipient’s response or message to the original sender. Example: “Once the guest responds, I will relay their message back to you.”

  17. Take a message: To receive a message on behalf of someone else and pass it on. Example: “If the guest is unavailable, I can take a message and make sure they receive it when they return.”

  18. Memorize: To remember a message without writing it down. Example: “I will memorize your message if you prefer not to write it down and ensure it’s passed on to the guest.”

  19. Send: To transmit a message via mail, email, or another method. Example: “I can send your message to the guest’s office or home address if necessary.”

  20. Confirm: To verify the accuracy of the message with the sender or recipient. Example: “Before relaying your message to the guest, I will confirm the details with you to ensure accuracy.”

Some nouns related to taking messages for a guest:

  1. Message: The information or communication that needs to be delivered to the guest. Example: “I received a message for you from a colleague.”

  2. Note: A written record of the message. Example: “Let me write a note for you to deliver to the guest.”

  3. Memo: A short message or reminder to someone. Example: “I will write a memo to the guest and ensure it’s delivered promptly.”

  4. Record: A written or electronic document that contains the message. Example: “I will keep a record of the message and ensure it’s delivered to the guest.”

  5. Communication: The act of conveying a message from one person to another. Example: “Effective communication is key when taking messages for guests.”

  6. Dispatch: The act of sending or delivering a message to the intended recipient. Example: “I will dispatch the message to the guest as soon as possible.”

  7. Notification: A message or alert that informs the recipient about something important. Example: “I will send a notification to the guest to inform them of the message.”

  8. Memorandum: A written communication that is usually used for official or business purposes. Example: “I will write a memorandum to the guest to ensure they receive the message.”

  9. Reminder: A message or prompt that is intended to help the recipient remember something important. Example: “I will send a reminder to the guest to ensure they don’t forget about the message.”

  10. Dispatch note: A written record that documents the sending or delivering of a message. Example: “I will prepare a dispatch note for the message to ensure it’s delivered to the guest.”

  11. Written message: A message that has been written down or recorded in some form of writing. Example: “I have a written message for you from one of your colleagues.”

  12. Oral message: A message that has been spoken or communicated verbally. Example: “I received an oral message from the guest, which I will pass along to you.”

  13. Communication log: A written record that documents all messages or communications that have been sent or received. Example: “I will update the communication log to reflect the message that has been sent to the guest.”

  14. Memo pad: A notepad or notebook that is used for taking down messages or notes. Example: “I always keep a memo pad handy to write down messages for guests.”

  15. Message slip: A small slip of paper or note that contains a message and is used for relaying messages to someone else. Example: “I will prepare a message slip for the guest and ensure it’s delivered promptly.”

  16. Call back message: A message that requests the recipient to call the sender back. Example: “I received a call back message from the guest, asking you to call them back as soon as possible.”

  17. Reminder message: A message that is intended to remind the recipient of something important. Example: “I will send a reminder message to the guest to ensure they don’t forget about the meeting.”

  18. Incoming message: A message that is received from someone else. Example: “I have an incoming message for you from the guest.”

  19. Outgoing message: A message that is sent to someone else. Example: “I will send an outgoing message to the guest to confirm the meeting details.”

  20. Message log: A written record that documents all messages that have been sent or received. Example: “I will keep a message log to ensure that all messages for guests are properly documented.”

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