Episode: How to Write Email for Work – Part 3
Hey guys, today we learn how to write emails for work. Today you’ll learn how to close your emails. How to write the closing paragraph. Enjoy today’s episode :)
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Transcript Snapshot (How to Write Emails for Work – Part 3)
Hey guys, you’re listening to the English Made Simple Show. This is episode number 296, number two hundred and ninety-six, numero dos cientos noventa y seis.
Welcome amigos y amigas. This is your host Milena speaking, you’re tuning in to the English Made Simple show. You can learn more about the EMS show and what it is all about when you visit englishmadesimple.net. If you want to listen to the podcast straight from the website simply type in englishmadesimple.net/podcast. And you will be taken right to the podcast player… And while you’re there, you can find a huge repertoire of the EMS episodes as well as useful resources to help you accelerate your English learning.
Thank you everyone for joining me today.
Today we’re going to finish our Email series on how to write professional emails – Part 3.
Part ONE was mostly an introduction to this email series, part TWO was where you got some juicy examples. In Part TWO you learned how to greet someone and how to begin an email so that you don’t get stuck completing the email. It’s really important to know how to write that opening paragraph or that first sentence
Remember emails don’t have to be long.
Also, writing emails should not take you hours to write.
And guess what, when you become better at writing emails, it will become a lot easier to write every email.
And, you’ll spend less time writing emails. That’s what you want to do. Not spend hours and hours writing emails.
So, today is Part THREE of our series: how to write emails for work.
Today you’re going to learn what to write as a conclusion to an email.
Oh before I continue with today’s show, today you’ll have the opportunity to ‘Repeat After Me’ and learn a couple of new phrases… by repeating those phrases after me. You’ll get to practice your pronunciation and your listening skills.
I’ll share some examples with you that you can use straight away. Think of them as “templated responses”.
Feel free to copy these examples the next time you write an email to someone in English.
Maybe you can use it today, if you’re in the office right now and you’re writing an email to someone right now!
So let’s dive in.
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