60 thoughts on “Writing in English: Replying to Business & Personal Emails – JenniferESL

  1. Good job. We espically need more bussiness & informal method in writting, that's could help us at work..
    Regards,

  2. Hi Jenni(Jennifer) you're a good teacher God bless you💟💟
    my brother told to me about you 4 months ago and I'm learning so many things now😊😊thanks for sharing your skills✌✌keep it up

  3. Dear Mam,
    Very interesting lesson. I also noted down useful expression in reply.

    Mam you are A Teacher for All Seasons , bcoz you donn't take any summer or winter vacation….

    You are like Spring,
    Who nurtures new green sprouts,
    Encourages and leads them,
    Whenever they have doubts.

    You are like Summer,
    Whose sunny temperament
    Makes studying a pleasure,
    Preventing discontent.

    You are like Fall,
    With methods crisp and clear,
    Lessons of bright colors
    And a happy atmosphere.

    You are like Winter,
    While it's snowing hard outside,
    Keeping students comfortable,
    As a warm and helpful guide.

    Teacher, you do all these things,
    With a pleasant attitude;
    You're a teacher for all seasons,
    And you have my gratitude!

    Thanks……………………………
    Have a nice Day……………..

  4. Hi, Jennifer!
    Have you solved the problem you encountered in this post on your blog
    https://englishwithjennifer.wordpress.com/2010/03/08/student-stumper-19-americans-vs-the-americans/
    in 2010? It puzzles me deeply since I found such a rule on
    englishpage.com: "When generalizing about nationalities or ethnic groups
    that end in "-ans", such as "Americans", "Mexicans", and "Hawaiians",
    THE is not usually used." None of my British grammar books (which I
    have quite a few) mention anything similar to that. Any link to your own
    answer or an authoritative source would be greatly appreciated!
    Best regards,
    Michael

  5. hello, Jennifer. thanks for given back your skills to the world community and providing a such interesting skills. i always like to watch your videos and i love you so much because you are my great teach ever. once more thanks for your kind help and continued support.

  6. Hello Jennifer
    you remember me my trainer and you must be a trainer or teacher I'm really happy to subscribe your channel 🙂

  7. Hi Jennifer. Many thanks for your videos. I am Qian Ning from Shanghai. I graduated recently and i need to use english in my daily work, mostlly email. But i found what i write was quite "Changlish". Do you have any suggestion or any revision toll for me to revise my engish email?

  8. Hello really appreciate you are doing great job . I have a question "i send a mail with CC to 3 people i get a reply then again i have to enquire about same subject should i do again reply or need to start with new e mail?

  9. Hey Jennifer,

    Thanks so much for your time, I will use some of the techniques you have recommended.

  10. Well I hate the way people ignore your messages despite allowing a significant amount of time. I find it very disrespectful especially when it comes to major businesses or health related services such as the NHS. I can not stress how important communication is and I’m someone who is also partially blind but does his best to get the message through but the effort isn’t returned!

  11. Super Awesome! Jennifer. More formal English phrases for Email please!. It's really helpful for me as I am new to the English language. This is learning stage for me. Thanks a lot! Take care Jennifer!.

  12. Hi Jennifer! I hope you are doing well! I am pleased to see your video it is f very useful for me. Please keep on bringing like this video further too. Cheers!
    Pervaiz

  13. Hello Jennifer

    Thanks for your teaching writing emails in English. It's really useful to get the point how to write email. Looking forward to the update videos about writing email skills.

    best,
    Richard

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