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    Question What are the idioms usually used in closing an Email?

    Hey, everyone~
    I'm a Chinese student. I only know two idioms in closing an email, written to an acquainted friend, "Take care~", "Talk to you soon/later~". Would you please introduce more?
    Thank you for your help~


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    Re: What are the idioms usually used in closing an Email?

    hi,as far as I know you can use "Cheers" or "see you" as well

    Irina


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    Re: What are the idioms usually used in closing an Email?

    Thank you, Irina~

    But, what does "Cheers" mean here?
    You know, the one I've learned is used as a toast,
    so, maybe, here, it simply means, "be happy"?

    Thank you~

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    Re: What are the idioms usually used in closing an Email?

    'Cheers' can be used as a way of sating 'thank you', and is very common in British English. It can also be used an informal way of ending an email, with a mixture of 'thanks' and 'goodbye'.


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    Re: What are the idioms usually used in closing an Email?

    Thanks a lot, tdol~

    It's very interesting~

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