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Subject: Rescheduling the meeting
Regarding the meeting on Tuesday the 14th, could you change it to 3 pm on Monday the 19th?
Since we have an urgent matter to handle and need to request you reschedule.
I apologize for the last-minute change.
With something like that, I’d think that they’re asking me for something big, like a big inconvenience. But when I see that it’s just a schedule change, I think that it might be too much.
（”The matter is so important I have to prioritize”の表現について）
Well, it might mean that I’m less important. So, I might interpret something like that a little badly, maybe even a little rude.
It’s good to have your conclusion first. Focus on the main question first.
When writing emails, it’s good to keep them short and sweet by focusing on the question you have.
I agree. I think that there’s a possibility that the email could be missed or that you would have to wait for a response. And you might end up having to call them anyway.