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Letter: Closing - friendly

Discussion in 'English Only' started by FL0, Jan 11, 2007.

  1. FL0 Junior Member

    Italy
    Italy
    Hi! I would like to know which is/are the best way/ways to close a letter in English.

    I know best regard but I think is too much formal. Something more friendly?...

    Thanx a lot!
    Bai!!!;)
     
  2. savannah Senior Member

    English, USA
    It depends on how friendly you want the tone of the letter to be. If it's a very close friend or family member, you'd usually use "love, Jane." Another possibility would be "Affectionately, Jane."

    For a casual note to a friend, you might use "Cheers, Jane." (That's usually how I end most of my emails to friends of mine. This would be too informal to use with a casual acquaintance or your boss, etc.)

    An acquaintance or someone a bit less familiar to you? Then use "Yours, Jane" or "Regards, Jane." To make it slightly less formal, you could say "Warm regards, Jane."

    More formal would be "Cordially, Jane" or "Yours sincerely, Jane."

    Those are my suggestions:)
     
  3. FL0 Junior Member

    Italy
    Italy
    Thank you very much: you was really kind!

    Cheers, Flo! ;o)))
     
  4. . 1 Senior Member

    Ferntree Gully
    Australian Australia
    G'day FLO,
    This is difficult to pin down. It depends on your level of intimacy.
    Looking forward to hearing from you,
    FLO
    See ya,
    FLO
    May the road rise up to meet you,
    FLO

    Have fun,
    Robert
     
  5. FL0 Junior Member

    Italy
    Italy
    Really helpful advice for me!

    Thank you very much!!!
    Flo ;o)))
     

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