Is God bless an appropriate salutation?
For a more professional closing, use something like “Sincerely” or “Regards.” A friendly closing might be “Cheers” or “Good wishes.” A casual ending might be “Take care” or “Many thanks,” and something with more of a spiritual tile might be “God bless you,” “Peace and blessings,” “Peace, love and happiness” or “God be …
How do you end a letter to a pastor?
End the letter by writing “Sincerely” and signing your name. If you are requesting a response from your pastor, be sure to leave contact information in the form of an email address or phone number.
Is it previously mentioned or mentioned previously?
“As I previously mentioned” is better, but a second problem is “previously.” It’s an ugly, writerly adverb. You would never talk like that, would you? You’d probably say something like “as I mentioned earlier” or “as I mentioned before.”
How do you start a professional email without a name?
If you don’t know the person’s name, avoid overly formal phrases like, “To Whom it May Concern” or “Dear Mister/Miss.” Don’t go too casual either. “Hi” is far too unprofessional for a business email. You might be better off beginning the email with a simple, “Hello.”
How do you address an email if you don’t know the name?
Formal greetings -If you want to be formal and don’t know the name of the recipient, you can address the email as “Dear Sir/Madam”. (Bear in mind that this is a fairly old-fashioned greeting and some say it sounds like bad news or a complaint is to follow.)
Is it correct to say may God bless you?
Thanks alotttt. It is correct to use both! However ‘May god bless you’ is more often used in greeting cards or as a bible quote,while ‘god bless you’ is used in normal speech. “God bless you” (as an example) is used when someone sneezes, etc.
How do you sign off a letter to a lover?
The final word
- Yours truly.
- Yours devotedly and lovingly.
- I hold you in my thoughts.
- I love you the most.
- Yours forever.
- Most faithfully yours.
- More than words.
What do discussed mean?
1. To speak with another or others about; talk over: discussed the matter briefly. 2. To examine or consider (a subject) in speech or writing: The book discusses the challenges that journalists face today.
What does ending a letter with love mean?
“In general, you would close a letter to a family member of close friend with “Love,” “Best love,” “Fondly,” “Affectionately.” If you are writing to someone you know less intimately you might use “All the best,” “As always,” “As ever,” “With love,” or, depending on the relationship, “Affectionately.”
Can we start email with as discussed?
The shorter the email, the likelier that it will be addressed sooner. To keep emails short, you use 2 pairs of words – “As discussed,” and “Please discuss” or “Let’s discuss” (I credit Anuj Goel for teaching me these words).
How do you say discussed?
- as noted.
- as indicated.
- as mentioned.
- as stated.
- as already mentioned.
- as described.
- as arranged.
- as outlined.
What is another way to say as previously mentioned?
What is another word for previously mentioned?
|previously described||earlier mentioned|
|mentioned earlier||prior mentioned|