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How to write e mails in english
How to write e mails in english
How to write e mails in english
How to write e mails in english
How to write e mails in english
How to write e mails in english
How to write e mails in english
How to write e mails in english
How to write e mails in english
How to write e mails in english
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  1. How to Write Emails in English Evening Program July 3rd
  2. Good Example(1): To Friends
  3. Good Example(2): To Friends
  4. Good Example(3): To Professors
  5. Good Example(4): To Professors
  6. Greetings/Closing Greetings •Dear Mr/Ms/Mrs/Professor. _____ •Dear/Hello (First name) •Hi/What’s up/Hey there Closing •Kind regards, •Sincerely, •All the best/Best/Best wishes •Thanks.
  7. Bad Examples Let's discuss why they're BAD? How can you improve these e-mails? http://www.mondofacto.com/study-skills/personal/how- to-write-professional-email/01.html
  8. Exercise 1 Let's send e-mails to each other!! Student A: You are an university student. Email the professor (student A) to ask about the exact requirements for the homework assignment for Writing class. Student B: You are a writing professor. Answer Student A's e-mail. Switch the roles and send e-mails.
  9. Exercise 2 Student A & Student B: You are classmates in a Writing class. Student A: Email your classmate (Student B) asking about the Writing homework. Student B: Answer student A's email about the Writing homework, and ask if they would like to go to the beach with you and your roommate tomorrow. Switch the roles and send e-mails.
  10. If you're interested... Visit this online article: http://www.usnews.com/education/blogs/pro fessors-guide/2010/09/30/18-etiquette-tips- for-e-mailing-your-professor

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