AEE 42: Get 18 Ways to End an English Email like a Boss

email in EnglishToday you’ll get 18 ways to end a business, academic, or personal email in English.

Learn how to write great emails in English with All Ears English.

Stop making the common email mistakes that a lot of students make.

Business emails:

  • “Best regards”
  • “Best”
  • “Regards”
  • “Warm regards”
  • “Respectfully”

Academic emails:

  • Any of the business endings above
  • “Thank you”
  • “Thanks so much”

Friends/Family/Casual

  • “Take care”
  • “All the best”
  • “Hugs”/ “Love”/ “XO” (very close relationships)
  • “Talk soon”
  • “Speak soon”
  • “See you (ya) later”
  • “Later”
  • “Cheers”
  • “Ciao”

If you aren’t sure which ending to use, choose a more formal ending or just say “Thank you.”

 

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What NOT to Do:

  • Do not use abbreviations like “CU” (see you)
  • Don’t end an email with “bye” or “goodbye”- it’s only spoken English

 Find Gabby’s ESL Troubleshooting Course mentioned in the episode HERE

Note about today’s blog post title:

“Like a Boss” is a pop culture reference that comes from the Saturday Night Live Lonely Island skit with Andy Samberg and Seth Rogan, click here to watch

AND the original song “Like a Boss” by Slim Thug

 

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