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    Dear teacher,

    Could you please show me that it wrong or right for some words below when we put it at the end the letter ?

    Prepared by, confirmed, approved by.

    Thanks so much

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    Re: confirmed by

    Not a teacher

    Do you mean:

    "Could you please tell me if it is right or wrong to end a letter with:"

    If so:

    "Prepared by, confirmed by, approved by."

    Are never used in a normal letter.

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    Re: confirmed by

    I believe that in some government departments, something like this might still be used. Very important people in government rarely write their own letters - that's the job of their minions. So it's possible that a letter might have to give details of who prepared it, who checked it and who authorised it or something similar.

    I don't know for certain though. That would be the only reason I can think of for such phrases.

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    Engineering documents often have "drawn by/checked by/approved by" sections.

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    Re: confirmed by

    endorsed by

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