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    Martina Durisova is offline Junior Member
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    Smile "All from my side" expression

    Can "the is all from my side" be used as a closing phrase in the in the informal letter?
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    Re: "All from my side" expression

    Quote Originally Posted by Martina Durisova View Post
    Can "the is all from my side" be used as a closing phrase in the in the informal letter?
    Thank you for the help!
    Martina
    Not "the", use "This (or "that") is all from my side".

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    Re: "All from my side" expression

    'That's all from me.'

    'That's all from this end.'

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    Re: "All from my side" expression

    Quote Originally Posted by Gillnetter View Post
    Not "the", use "This (or "that") is all from my side".
    Must be Am Eng. When I saw the thread's title, I thought it was about expressions like 'The pleasure's all mine' which is a formally conventional response to something like 'It was a pleasure'. You can do the same with several abstract nouns: "It's an honour to shake your hand"/'The honour's all mine.'


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    Re: "All from my side" expression

    That's all from me.
    That's it from me.
    That's it from my end.
    That's it from my side.
    That's the lot from here.
    That's me done.
    That's my lot.

    As you can see, there are plenty of ways to say "That is all the news that I have to give you regarding my life".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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