Formal Emails - Some general rules

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An formal email follows the same rules as a formal letter.

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You should start a formal email with a salutation.

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Formal emails do not require the use of paragraphs.

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Using words like TV, ASAP and FYI in formal emails is fine.

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A formal email needs to be ended with your first name as a sign-off.

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Proper sign-offs include 'Kinds regards' and Yours truly'.

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If you do not put a subject on your email your email may not get read.

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In formal emails, grammar and punctuation are less important than the actual message content.

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It's important to start your email with a greeting like "What's up?" or "What's going on?"

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Question 10 of 10

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Formal emails are used in business, college and university to communicate with your boss or instructor.

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Formal Emails - Some general rules

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