New Episode: How to Write Email for Work – Part 1
Hey guys, today we learn how to write emails for work. Today’s episode is just an introduction and a general overview of email writing. Enjoy today’s episode :)
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Transcript Snapshot (How to Write Emails for Work – Part 1)
Hey guys, you’re listening to the English Made Simple Show. This is episode number 294, number two hundred and ninety-four, numero dos cientos noventa y cuatro.
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 about when you visit www.englishmadesimple.net. If you want to listen to the podcast straight from the website simply type in www.englishmadesimple.net/podcast. 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 again.
If you’re joining me for the first time, welcome and if you’re joining me for the two-hundredth time, welcome back!
Today, we’re going to talk about emails for work. When you think of email writing for work, you immediately think you have to be extra formal with your writing.
Good news is that… you don’t have to be formal, but you have to learn to write clearly, concisely and in a professional tone. In other words, write politely and respectfully.
So in the upcoming episodes, and in the next couple of episodes, we’ll learn how to write emails in a somewhat formal and professional setting.
I’ll teach you simple ways to start and end an email. And also, not just the starting and closing, there’s other stuff in between. Right? We call that the ‘body’ of the email.
I’ve decided to make this into a series, so today’s episode will be Part 1.
Today I’ll give you a general overview of email writing. And in the next couple of episodes I’ll give you something more concrete with practical examples.
Before we continue with today’s episode, I’d just like to say, thank you all for doing the Listener Survey for me.
I’ll leave it open, as I understand people do it at different times and days. Some people will listen to this episode next year and will be keen to do the survey. So I’ll make it available indefinitely.
It does give me a great insight into what type of content you guys like and this helps me create episodes that you’d be interested in.
I’m really happy to see that we’ve reached 50 responses so far! So that’s really cool. Thank you! That was my goal actually. I think the number ‘50’ is a nice number that will give me a better understanding of what you are struggling with when it comes to the English language.
And the majority of you need English for work!
You see, really helpful to know!
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