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This ppt describes the greetings & closings to be used while writing e-mails

This ppt describes the greetings & closings to be used while writing e-mails

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    1. is it dear miss asha ....... 1. is it dear miss asha ....... Presentation Transcript

    • Is it Dear Miss Asha or Dear Asha? (Greetings & Closings) Presented BY: The English Academy (91)88666 80407,(91)97279 19756 englishacademybaroda@gmail.com Visit us at: http://indiamart.com/english-academy/ Corporate Training │ Personality Development │ Mentoring │ Hand Holding
    • Dear Miss Asha……. Never use the prefix ‘Miss’ when writing to a woman unless you know she prefers to be addressed in this way. Use only the following: Ms Patel Or Mrs. Patel (if you know that she is married)
    • Dear Miss Asha……. Wrong Right Dear Ms Asha Dear Ms Patel Dear Ms Asha Patel Dear Ms Patel Dear Mrs. Rita Dear Mrs. Mistry Dear Mrs. Rita Mistry Dear Mrs. Mistry Dear Mr. Ramesh Dear Mr. Shah Dear Mr. Ramesh Shah Dear Mr. Shah Never place someone’s first name after ‘Ms’, ‘Mrs.’ or ‘Mr.’ . If using these prefixes, only use the person’s last name.
    • Dear Asha……. Wrong Right Dear Ms Asha Dear Asha Dear Ms Asha Patel Dear Asha Dear Mrs. Rita Dear Rita Dear Mrs. Rita Mistry Dear Rita Dear Mr. Ramesh Dear Ramesh Dear Mr. Ramesh Shah Dear Ramesh Use a person’s first name only if you know them well & you are in similar or higher rank.
    • First Name or Last Name Take cues about First –Name/Last-Name preference from how the other person answers the telephone. ◊ Answers in first name; use first name ◊ Answers in last name; use last name ◊ Uses both names use; both names. If not sure, ask politely. Err on side of formality
    • The Closing Wrong Right Yours respectfully Regards (most preferred) Yours faithfully Best Regards/Best Wishes Yours obediently Warm Regards Yours kindly/Kindly yours Thanks Thanking you Sincerely Yours sincerely/Yours truly Always place a comma ‘ , ’ after closing. Never put a full stop ‘ . ’ after closing.
    • Signature Greeting Signature Dear Mr. Patel Write your full name. (Rajesh Shah) To whom so ever it may concern Write your full name. (Rajesh Shah) Dear Rita Write your first name only. (Rajesh) Add your phone number below your name even if the recipient of your mail already knows your phone number. 2. e-mail.pptx
    • Is it Dear Miss Asha or Dear Asha? (Greetings & Closings) Presented BY: The English Academy (91)88666 80407,(91)97279 19756 englishacademybaroda@gmail.com Visit us at: http://indiamart.com/english-academy/ Corporate Training │ Personality Development │ Mentoring │ Hand Holding