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 format for email writing plzzz!!!!!!!!!!!!

Asked by Charu(student) , on 25/9/12


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(1) Writing to your partner
Start: Use the person 's first name or nickname
Ending: "Take care", or "Love", or "Thinking of you"
Signature: Your first name, or nickname

(2) Writing to a friend
Start: Use the person 's first name
Ending: "Best wishes", or "Yours", or "Take care"
Signature: Your first name

(3) Writing to someone in your own company
Start: Use the person 's first name (in a few companies you might need to be more formal, but this is rare in the UK)
Ending: "Regards", or "Best wishes"
Signature: Your first name and last name, and below this your job title and department, and phone number (or extension)

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Posted by fff.mif147...(student)on 25/3/11

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The Email Format

Parts of Email  
Here are the fields of the Email defined with example texts
 
Example Subjects
The Subject is more important than the email itself, it should be focused, clear and informative.
 
 
Strong Subjects:
  • Invitation to the ABC Conference, Nov 2009
  • Application for Account Manager Position #413 – Jane Smith CV
  • Agenda for the meeting on Monday, 10am
  • Party Invitation for John, Sally and Martin
  • Updates on the building plans
  • Meeting scheduled for Oct 15, Thursday @ 10am
  • Great craft ideas using recyclable materials

Weak Subjects:

  • [blank]
  • Hi, Hello, How are you?
  • First line of the email message
  • Words to avoid: Help, Percent Off, Reminder, Free



 

 
Example Greetings don’t misspell the name!
  • Dear [name],
  • Hi [name],
  • Hi,
  • Hello [name], 
  • Hello,
  • To whom it may concern,
Example Opening Sentences
  • Following our phone conversation, I am sending you…
  • Attached please find the documents you requested regarding…
  • In regards to the upcoming pilot program, I have listed below the tasks and deadlines that need to be completed.
  • Further to our last discussion, I would like to bring to your attention the following issues:
  • As we agreed, there will not be …
  • Please reconsider our proposal for …
  • In response to your job post for Marketing Director, please find below a brief overview of my skills. I have also attached my CV for your review.
Example Email Information in Detail : details, information and actions required.
  • Here is the detailed list:
  • In addition to the attached agenda, please click on this link http://www...
  • To register for the online event, please go to...

Example Closing Sentences

  • I look forward to your reply.
  • Thank you for the time you have taken to review my candidacy for the position.
  • Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have.
  • Thank you, in advance, for your time.
  • I await receipt of the information we discussed.
  • Please forward me the exact information.

Example Sign-offs before the Signature : identify yourself, company and contact information.

  • Sincerely,
  • Thank you,
  • Best Regards,
  • Thanks,
Signature
Name
Title, company name
Email
Phone/Fax
Web Addres

Posted by Akshay(student)on 25/3/11

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frnd he is asking about writing not to send in pc .......i think so he need to write in exam.

thank u

Posted by Ayesha Neha(student)on 25/3/11

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thank you imtheone this really helps

Posted by abhiedgeed...(student)on 7/1/12

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 thanks for telling  the format . but i was knowing that . so, no thanks.

Posted by Saurabh Singhal(student)on 26/3/12

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 thanks for this,.... but can u post an example of email to on this plz !!

Posted by Aishvarya Singh(student)on 22/4/12

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thanks for this format it helps me a lot

thanks

Posted by Nikita(student)on 6/8/12

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