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.
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