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If you don't know the name of the person you're writing to, write any of the following in your business email: Dear Sir, / dear lady, / Dear Madam, / if you don't know whether you are writing to a man or a woman, it's wrong. Usually, send an email to someone who may be related to it. This should be reserved for references or similar correspondence.
When the addressee is an unknown third party, it is best to use someone's name. If you know this is the first time you write to someone, please use any of the following: Man: Dear Mr. XXX, Ms.
XXX: Dear Ms. XXX, once you know someone, that is, after exchanging one or two emails, or by yourself Since you see them, you can usually use their names. Use dear sir.
If you write to more than one person, even if the group includes women, dear ladies and gentlemen, it is wrong. Ladies and gentlemen are only used for formal speech. The word "dear" may be omitted in less formal e-mails.
You can start with person name / person name, dear I hope you are very well. I hope you have a good time. I hope you have a good time.
It's easy to come back to work. Thank you for your email. I'm glad to hear that you and your family are very well.
Thank you for your timely reply. I'm sorry I didn't reply as soon as possible, but I've been very busy in recent weeks. Thank you for contacting us about XXX As a follow-up to our call this morning, the key question phrases I would like to summarize should be avoided: I hope this email finds you very well, please let us know about this email about Becker.
If you don't know the name of the person you're writing to, you can use the following: Dear Sir "Dear Madam, /, dear madam, if you don't know whether you are writing to a man or a woman, it's wrong to use: Dear Sir or Madam, usually, send an email related to it, which should be reserved for recommendation letters or similar correspondence when the addressee is unknown It's better to use someone's name when you are a third party. If you know this is the first time you write to someone, use the following: for men: Dear Mr. XXX, Ms.
XXX: Dear Ms. XXX, when you know someone, after exchanging one or two e-mails, or if you meet them in person, you can usually address them by their first name if you write to More than one person, even if the group includes ladies and gentlemen, is wrong. Ladies and gentlemen only use the word "dear" in formal speeches, which may be omitted in less formal e-mails.
You can open e-mail with someone's name / people's name: I hope so, you're fine. I hope you have a good holiday and it's easy to get back to work. Thank you very much.
Thank you very much for your email. I'm glad to hear that you and your family are very well. Thank you for your timely reply.
I'm sorry that I didn't reply as soon as possible, but I've been very busy in recent weeks. Thank you for contacting us about XXX (more formal) XXX, about your email on [date], as us In the follow-up to this morning's call, I would like to draw your attention to the following: I would like to best summarize the key problem avoidance: I hope so, this email finds you very good, please pay attention to the following matters.