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  • You want your business emails to appear professional and use the right language.


  • It's especially important when applying for jobs online, as you want to make a good first impression.


  • Here are some simple tips to help you with both formal and informal messages.


  • Before you begin writing your email, consider whether you know the reader or not.

    e メールでメッセージを書き始める前に、読み手となる相手の人物を知っているかどうかを考えましょう。

  • When you don't know the reader well or you want to be polite, it's best to be formal.


  • For example, business emails, job applications, and emails to big companies.


  • If you know the reader well and it's not a business context, you can use informal language.


  • You would probably be informal if you were sending a birthday message to a friend, for example.


  • Of course, the formality of the situation may depend on the country or culture you're in.


  • It's a good idea to get familiar with that culture before deciding how formal or informal you want to be.


  • A formal email in the UK will usually begin with a formal starting phrase, such as "Dear Mr. Piper," or "Dear Sir or Madam," if you don't know the name of the reader.

    イギリスでフォーマルなメールを書く場合、通常、正式な書式で書き始めます。例えば、”Dear Mr. Piper”、または受け取り手の名前が分からない場合は”Dear Sir or Madam”などです。

  • You should also use an appropriate formal ending phrase, such as "Yours sincerely," when you know the reader, or "Yours faithfully," when you don't.

    また、正式な書式で締めくくらなければなりません。例えば、相手を知っている場合は”Yours sincerely”、知らない場合は”Yours faithfully”となります。

  • You can use more casual phrases in an informal email.


  • If you're sending a message to a friend or family member, you might begin with a simple "Hi," or "Hello," and finish with "Thanks," "See you soon," or "Cheers,".

    友人や家族にメッセージを送るなら、簡単に”Hi”とか、”Hello”で書き始めて大丈夫ですよ。そして”Thanks”や、”See you soon”、または”Cheers”で締めくくることが可能です。

  • It is conventional to use a comma and start a new line after any opening and closing phrases.


  • This is true whether you are being formal or informal.


  • You should also be careful using slang phrases or emojis, as these are very informal.


  • For example, you should never use a smiley face in a job application, even if you want to show that you are a very friendly person.


  • You should also avoid typing in all capitals, as it looks like you're shouting.


  • YOU WOULDN'T TALK LIKE THIS IN AN OFFICE, so why do it in an email?

    「オフィスでこんなふうには話しませんよね!!!???」 ですから、メールの文をすべて大文字で書くのはやめておきましょう。

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A2 初級 日本語 TOEIC フォーマル メール くだけ 書き 場合

英語での e メール:フォーマルメール、カジュアルメールのマナー(English for Emails: Formal and informal language)

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    Annie Chien に公開 2020 年 07 月 01 日