You don’t have to be a genius to write good emails in English. But you do have to get organised!
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How do you start an email? How do you structure it? And how do you pronounce “@”?
Here are a few resources that you might find useful.
Firstly, try English for Emails from the British Council. It covers all of the basic vocabulary and helps you think about how to structure your email. There are 9 lessons, all with interactive tasks so you can check your understanding as you go.English for Emails
If that’s not enough, here are ten practice exercises from the Business 1-to-1 website:
And last, but not least, if you would like to use a wider range of phrases in your emails, why not choose your own top ten from this list of 100 useful phrases?100 Phrases!
Share your top ten in the comments below!