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    Is it stylistically unacceptable for a formal letter to say: “keep up the good work"?

    Is it stylistically unacceptable for a formal letter to say: “We hope your visit to Tbilisi will help you keep up the good work to strengthen EU-Georgia relations.”

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    Re: Is it stylistically unacceptable for a formal letter to say: “keep up the good work"?

    Quote Originally Posted by mikhai View Post
    Is it stylistically unacceptable for a formal letter to say: “We hope your visit to Tbilisi will help you keep up the good work to strengthen EU-Georgia relations.”
    Yes, it is a bit informal.

    “We hope your visit to Tbilisi will help you in your mission/quest/efforts to strengthen EU-Georgia relations.”

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