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Formal vs Informal E-mail. The structure and language in your email communicates a lot to the recipient. Look at these examples…. Who do you write emails to?. Formal situations. Informal situations. Greetings Formal or Informal?. Informal. Formal. Very formal. Informal.

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Formal vs informal e mail

Formal vs Informal E-mail

The structure and language in your email communicates a lot to the recipient. Look at these examples…


Who do you write emails to
Who do you write emails to?

Formal situations

Informal situations


Greetings formal or informal
GreetingsFormal or Informal?

Informal

Formal

Very formal

Informal


Salutations formal or informal
SalutationsFormal or Informal?

Informal

Formal

Very formal

Informal

Informal

A little formal


Is this a formal or informal email explain your response
Is this a formal or informal email?(Explain your response)

Hey,

Could you meet with me tomorrow? I’d love to talk about our plan for Friday.

Thanks,

- A


Is this a formal or informal email explain your response1
Is this a formal or informal email?(Explain your response)

Hey Maria, Could you meet with me tomorrow? I’d love to talk about our plan for Friday. Thanks, - A


Is this a formal or informal email explain your response2
Is this a formal or informal email?(Explain your response)

Could u meet with me tomorrow? I’d to talk about our plan for Friday.


Is this a formal or informal email explain your response3
Is this a formal or informal email?(Explain your response)

Dear Allison,

Could you meet with me tomorrow? I’d love to talk about our plan for Friday.

Thank you,

Maria Smith


A formal email
A formal email…

  • Starts with a formal greeting

  • Leaves space between the parts of your email.

  • Uses correct grammar, spelling and punctuation.

  • Ends with a formal salutation and your name

Dear Allison,

Could you meet with me tomorrow? I’d love to talk about our plan for Friday.

Thank you,

Maria Smith


What s the problem with this email
What’s the problem with this email?

  • Hi Teacher,

  • Coud u meet with me tomorow? I’d love to talk about our plan for Fiday. Tank you, Maria


What s the problem with this email1
What’s the problem with this email?

  • Hey,

  • Do you have job openings? I want to apply.


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