B1 - BE - EMAIL ENGLISH - Informal vs Formal
Learn Email English with me. Study these informal and formal expressions.
Terms in this set (15)
Thanks for your email.
Thank you for your email of 22 February.
Sorry, I can't make it.
Unfortunately, I will not be able to attend the meeting.
Could you ...
I was wondering if you could.
I promise ...
I can assure you that...
You haven't ...
We note from our records that you have not ...
I'm sorry to tell you that ...
We regret to advise you that ...
I'll deal with this.
I will take necessary action to solve this issue.
Don't forget that ...
We would like to remind you that...
I need to ...
It is necessary for me to ...
Shall I ...?
Would you like me to ...?
But ... /Also... /So...
However .../In Addition ... /Therefore ...
I would be grateful if you could ...?
I'm really sorry about ...
Please accept my apologies for ...
With reference to ...
See you next week.
I look forward to meeting you next week.
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