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    #1

    Cool news

    Hello!!

    Which is the right expression (at the end of an email): "Give me your news!" or "Send me your news!"

    Cheers!

    W

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    #2

    Re: news

    Both are correct. I prefer 'send'.

    Rover

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    #3

    Re: news

    They both sound slightly rare here. We'd say keep in touch, or keep me up to date on things.

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