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Matura: Writing: World of Work

Level: Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan

In this lesson focusing on writing emails, students learn to spot differences between formal and informal emails, and pick up useful phrases in an interview exercise.

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  • Hi memophonics,

    Thanks for your feedback. That is a very good point you have made so the worksheet for this lesson has been changed accordingly so it reads 'Yours sincerely' rather than 'Yours truly'.

    Hope that helps,
    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • This is a great resource, thanks! However, I was a little surprised that the formal e-mail was signed "Yours truly". Why use this formulation (I would personally be a bit surprised if I received a business letter signed this way) rather than "Yours sincerely"?

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  • Great lesson! Thank you

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