The Right (and Wrong) Ways to End an Email in English

Jul 19, 2017 | Business Professional English, How To Develop Skills

Every week I read and answer emails from all over the world. I’ve read some fantastic emails written by my students. And I know they have thought carefully about their email. They have learned the right language to communicate effectively and professionally.

And sometimes I read emails that surprise me. Not in a good way.

If you often write emails in English, especially for work or professional situations, be sure to watch today’s lesson so you don’t make mistakes that make you look unprofessional.

The focus in today’s lesson is the right and wrong ways to end an email. The goal is to sound professional and friendly every time. In the video, you’ll learn the right ways to close an email for professional emails and casual emails plus a few common mistakes to avoid.

If this topic is important for you, be sure to also read how to Avoid Common Mistakes in Emails and 7 Rules for Professional Emails in English.

Get your English emails right, every time.

Lesson by Annemarie

After you’ve watched the video, I’d love to hear from you. 

Share with me your thoughts.

  1. What is your greatest challenge or frustration when writing emails in English? Is there one thing that drives you crazy? What is it?
  2. What is one new expression you’d like to start using from this lesson? Or do you know of other ways to close an email in English that you like to use?

The best place to share and receive feedback from me is directly in the comments section at the bottom of the lesson.

Thanks so much for joining me and I’ll see you next week for your Confident English Wednesday lesson.

~ Annemarie

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