English Vocabulary


Cordially??!

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  • Dear alpha plus teacher, I presume your comment is aimed at your fellow-teachers, not at guys of my kind whose English comes mainly from the GymGlish. Though I'm so bold as to tell you my feeling. I think that 'cordially' is more likely to be used overseas - I mean in the US or down under. Americans could end a letter with 'Cordially yours' or 'Yours cordially' instead of 'Kind regards'. They would rather say "I for one think that..." and not "For my part, I think that...". And American kids like to play hooky as they play truant across the Channel. That just my feeling, of course, not an authorized comment. Anyhow, Bruno, I'd be pleased to read you now and then down this forum.
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