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    glemaire is offline Newbie
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    Cool Learner

    I wish to learn several exemples off polite ways to end a letter. The most common seems to be: Sincerely

    Nevertheless I would like to show some originality in signing off my letters. Please help me.

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Welcome to the forums

    Quote Originally Posted by glemaire View Post
    I wish to learn several examples of polite ways to end a letter. The most common seems to be: Sincerely

    Nevertheless I would like to show some originality in signing off my letters. Please help me.
    If these are formal letters, originality is to be avoided. Formally, endings to someone you do not know by name is "Yours faithfully"; to someone you know by name "Yours sincerely". To those you know quite well by name, "Best wishes", "Best regards" can both be used before "Yours sincerely".

    Informal letters
    are another matter. You can end these almost any way you like since you will be writing to someone you know well.

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