Business English
Communication for Success!

By: O.G. | November 15, 2017

Hello Diligent Student, (example of a salutation)


I’m writing to inform you that we will be discussing how to use gender properly when writing email salutations. We will also look at what to write if the name of the receiver is unknown. Examples will be given for different situations. Click the links below to learn more. 


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Kind regards,

Victoria ELD

By: O.G. | November 14, 2017

Hello Diligent Student, (example of a salutation)


I’m writing to inform you that we will be discussing how to use titles properly when writing email salutations. Click the links below to learn more. I look forward to our lesson.


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Kind regards,

Victoria ELD

By: O.G. | November 13, 2017

Hello Diligent Student, (example of a salutation) 


I’m writing to inform you that we will be discussing how to use names properly when writing email salutations. For your convenience, I have included the links below. I look forward to our lesson.


Kind regards,

Victoria ELD


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By: O.G. | November 12, 2017

Hello Diligent Student, (example of a salutation)


This post is the first of four. Part one focuses on the register (formal/informal) of the salutation. The salutation is the greeting of an email. This is where you say hello to the reader. From the video and PDF you will learn:

  • the structure of a salutation
  • examples from informal to formal
  • using the salutation in an email chain

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By: O.G. | November 09, 2017

The subject line is the first thing that the receiver will see. It helps them to decide to open the email or not. In this post, we will cover:

    • bad vs good subject lines
    • appropriate length
    • using abbreviations
    • using the subject line as the whole message

Click the links below to learn more about writing email subject lines.

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