… to check whether your English is correct When you write an email or chat with someone in English, for work, study or fun, you don’t want to ask a native speaker to proofread what you’ve written. Often there is no time for someone else to check it. Besides, you will never learn how to… Continue reading Looking Stuff Up in An Effective Way using Easy & Fast Digital Tools
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By Jacqueline Schaalje Email Writing Examples Have a look at these two examples of an email. What are the differences? Which one is better? Version A: We greatly appreciate your recent registration to your ABC web service, and therefore I’m reaching out to you in a wish to further engage with you in order to… Continue reading How to Write the Best Sentences Your Readers Will Love
By Jacqueline Schaalje I’ve written about this subject before here. In that article you could read about the differences between formal and informal language in emails. Formal language uses could and may. We then learnt how to make formal emails more friendly. When you’re writing it’s very important to sound friendly, because your message is meant… Continue reading Formal and Informal Language in Emails
It’s important to be aware of using formal language and informal language when you’re writing emails. I’m sure you have formal and informal words and phrases in your own language too. When to Use May and Would You can write in formal language, and use words such as “May” and “Would.” When do you think… Continue reading How Formal Should You Be in Emails?
A reader of the newsletter asked me to write about this subject. Contrary to what you might think, you don’t need to write complicated language for emails. The opposite is true. Many people receive hundreds of emails every day, and they need to understand quickly what you want. What makes an email easier to understand… Continue reading How to Write Great Sentences for Emails – Using Connectors
I’ve had some questions about what your email should contain. So I’ve made a check list of the things that should be in your email. What You Should Include in Your Email The basic structure is like this: 1. Greeting: Hi John, Hello Deirdre, Dear Ms Smith If you’d like to learn more about greetings,… Continue reading Basic Email Course: The Structure of Your Email