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    Question Thanks and Regards

    Hi Teachers,

    When writing email, I usually use "Thanks and Regards," as the greeting words because I want to say thank you and regards together. But I saw many others use "Regards," or "Best Regards,".

    Is it "completely" correct if using "Thanks and Regards,"?

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    Re: Thanks and Regards

    It's fine as long as you have something to thank your correspondent for.

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    Re: Thanks and Regards

    And if you're going to use both as you did in your example, there is no reason to capitalise "regards". You would end with "Thanks and regards,".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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