#EngTips: Formal Phrases

Hello, fellas! Happy Chinese New Year to those who celebrate!  Let’s all hope for a prosperous year.

Tonight, we’ll have #EngTips session about formal phrases commonly used in business letters.

Let’s get started!

  1. Call your attention for the matter…
  2. In this regard…
  3. Pleas let me hear from you…
  4. If you care to consider…
  5. Up to the present time…
  6. Kindly reply at once…
  7. Kindly let us know…
  8. Will you kindly inform us…
  9. If you will advise us…
  10. Under these circumstances…
  11. We remain respectfully…
  12. On the account of this…
  13. At your earliest convenience…
  14. We take pleasure…
  15. Will you be kind enough…
  16. Give this matter your careful consideration…
  17. Earnest consideration…
  18. Careful attention is required…
  19. It must be borne in mind…
  20. In spite of our best efforts…

That’s all for now fellas. Those phrases/sentences are commonly used in formal correspondence. You can try to use them sometime.

Thank you for your attention, fellas. Good night!

 

Compiled by @iismail21 for @EnglishTips4U on Sunday, 7 February, 2016.

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2 responses to “#EngTips: Formal Phrases

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