- For Teachers
While writing an infromal letter or email, which line or statement can be used as a means to ask the well being of the other person before we move to the body of the letter/email and talk about the actual thing?
Some examples which I have come across...
Hope this mail finds you in the best of moods...
Hope this letter finds you in the pink of health..
Hope you are doing ok...
What would be appropriate statements for this scenario...?
It's very hard to generalise.
I trust you have been well. (I don't 'hope' it, since I really don't know them well enough to care)
It's a long time since we've spoken. I'm writing now to ... (This reminds the person that you dealt with them before)
You will recall that we collaborated on a successful venture together some time back. I now write to ...
I see you have come up in the world since we last met ... (to an old friend).
But really, it depends on your personality, and also what you want from the other person. What works for me might not work for you.