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June 23, 2010


Sung Kyu Chun

That is very helpful for me.
I have been working with Canadian lawyers for 5months. I have to write lots of emails to discuss deal structure.
Could you recommend proper begings of email as well?

Murray Moman

Dave Clarke on also has some great thoughts on email endings.


Hi! I am planning a one-day writing class for our company found your blog while surfing for ideas. Nice blog!


Love your site, but this particular post has an error in the examples.

Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

I am back from my vacation and glad you left comments here.

Sung Kyu Chun, subscribe to "Better Writing at Work" at to read the article about email beginnings and endings.

Murray, thanks for the link to Dave Clarke's good article.

Nina, I hope your workshop went beautifully.

Kg, thanks for mentioning an error. I found it and will correct it. That's what happens when I try to post something here minutes before leaving for the airport.



If I am waiting for an answer I always end with "I look forward to hearing from you."

Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

Patricia, good suggestion. I like that ending too.


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