How to write a proper email

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  • By Vanessa Woolery
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  • How To Write  A Proper Email
  • It is very important for emails to be short and sweet, but also very polite.
  • Good Afternoon Frank. I'm sorry to say but I have come down with the flu so I will not be able to go to work tomorrow, March 22. Thank you for understanding. - Tom
  • I feel like garbage.
  • If you are writing an email explaining something, make sure you tell all the details  such as why you will be missing school.
  • Greetings Ms. Tina. I wanted to let you know that I will not be in school next Monday, February 23 through Thursday, February 26 because I will be visiting family out of State. Is it possible that you could send me the work I'm going to miss? Thanks for your time. - Sarah
  • Good Morning Mr. Bleu. This is an important reminder from the Health View Hospital that you have an appointment with Dr. Carol at 4:30 pm on Wednesday April 18, 2018. We will be discussing the date for your knee surgery so please make sure you can make it. Thank you and have a great day. -Health View Hospital Main Desk
  • If you are writing an email, it needs to be on an important topic. If you want to talk to your friend, save that for texting.
  • Now, lets go over what needs to be included in your email.
  • End with a kind closing such as "Thank you for your time" to show the person you are serious.
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  • Get straight to the point, but make sure you provide enough detail. 
  • Finally, sign your name at the bottom using "Sincerely" or "Yours Truly".
  • Start your email off with a nice greeting like "Good Afternoon" or "Hello there".
  • If you have a question or need something from the person you're writing to, make sure you don't rudely demand something from them.
  • Hello there. I hope you enjoyed this Storyboard on how to write a proper email and learned from it too. Thanks for reading!       Sincerely, Storyboard That Character
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