After interview, prepare a mail to thank

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newoz

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I just got an interview, then I'd like to send a mail to express my thankfulness.

Could you please review if it is suitable? Or it can be expressed more better?

Hi

Thank you to provide the chance to me, I am glad to get this interview with you , and hope to get some feedbacks on this role soon.

Regards,
 

emsr2d2

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I just got an interview, [STRIKE]then[/STRIKE] and I'd like to send a mail to express my [STRIKE]thankfulness[/STRIKE] gratitude.

Could you please review it and tell me if it is suitable? Or [STRIKE]it can[/STRIKE] can it be expressed [STRIKE]more[/STRIKE] better (note: better = more good. You can't say "more better")?

[STRIKE]Hi [/STRIKE] Dear Sir/Madam (or name of person)

I would like to thank you [STRIKE]to[/STRIKE] for providing me with the [STRIKE]chance [/STRIKE] opportunity to [STRIKE]to me, I am glad to get this [/STRIKE]interview with you. [STRIKE]and hope[/STRIKE] I look forward to hearing from you soon. [STRIKE]to get some feedbacks on this role soon.[/STRIKE]

[STRIKE]Regards,[/STRIKE] Yours faithfully/sincerely (as appropriate)

Please see my notes above.

Please note that I have assumed that you have already had the interview, so this is a letter of appreciation for the actual interview.

If you have simply been given the date for an interview in the future, we wouldn't normally send anything more than a quick confirmation letter to acknowledge the date and time of the interview, and that we plan to attend.
 

newoz

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Yes, I have already had the interview, thank you to correct my expression.

One more question, I (male) don't familiar the agent (a lady) at all, how can I use "Dear" in the letter?
 

emsr2d2

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Yes, I have already had the interview, thank you to correct my expression.

One more question, I (male) don't familiar the agent (a lady) at all, how can I use "Dear" in the letter?

It doesn't matter if you know the person or not. Formal letters in English always begin "Dear Sir/Madam" or "Dear Mr/Ms + surname"
 
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