Emails are the best form of correspondence over the Internet but they can prove highly infectious and spoil your relation with the recipient if information is misinterpreted. In any given circumstances, have you ever experienced it? If so, do not mind, you can still correct your correspondence errors in English. The infographics lists out a series of words commonly used but differ in meaning.
One must be careful in not giving the recipient the wrong impression. By going through the infographics, you can correct the usage of words and so why not go through it. While writing mails, you can come across two types of fine, one that refers to ‘that’s good’ and other what you want but it is ‘dumb.’ Such contrast meaning can always create confusion and hurt the recipient.
Little Professionalism Never Lose Track of Contextual Approach
Whenever you write less than the proper, your message opens up in an unprofessional manner. Thank You is complete and proper while thanks do sound sarcastic. In writing emotional letters, you may say sorry to apologize but it might lead to bad impression. Do say it in person. How many times did you make use of wild characters wrongly? Exclamation points in any given circumstances should not go beyond one time, but people do forgo for sake of style. This can negate your information to the recipient.
Experts say never bother to be an excellent writer like an administrative assistant. All it is required is a ting of professionalism and never lose track of context and approach. Do take a sight of this infographic without fail, shouldn’t you?