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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #94554: Professional emails
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    Professional emails

    Thèmes : Travail / Communication / Courrier / Internet

    Comment rédiger des mails professionnels en anglais ? Voici ci-après quelques expressions clefs très utiles. 




    Kind regards = Regards

    D’ici lundi au plus tard

    By Monday at the latest

    Dès que possible

    As soon as possible/ASAP (familier)

    Dites-moi ce que vous en pensez

    Let me know what you think

    Dites-moi quelle date vous convient le mieux

    Tell me which date suits you best

    Ecrire le compte-rendu

    To write the minutes

    Je ne suis pas disponible jeudi

    I can’t make it on Thursday

    Je vous prie d’agréer mes salutations distinguées

    Yours sincerely

    Je vous prie de trouver ci-joint la présentation de…

    Please find enclosed/attached the presentation of…

    L’état d’avancement

    The current status of

    Les disponibilités


    Mettre quelqu’un en copie (d’un mail)

    To copy somebody = to CC somebody

    Points en suspens

    Pending issues

    Rappeler quelque chose à quelqu’un

    To remind someone of something

    Terminer toutes les affaires en cours

    To tie up all loose ends

    Trier un document par date

    To sort a file by date

    Un atelier de travail

    A workshop

    Voici un petit exercice pour apprendre en douceur des mots et expressions utiles au travail. Ce test est complémentaire au test n°93704. Vous remarquerez un mélange volontaire d'emails 'formels' et 'informels'.

    Complétez les 4 emails ci-après en sélectionnant le bon mot dans le menu déroulant.

    Bonne chance !

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    Email 1
    Hi guys,
    I'm writing to you to you that we must all loose ends by next Monday. Indeed, our current tasks must be finished before the Project Committee meeting. You will find attached the list of issues.
    Thank you for your help,

    Email 2
    Hi Peter,
    Could you please tell me the on your tasks ? I expected them last week.
    Thank you,

    Email 3
    Hi Richard,
    Sorry I can't it on Thursday. As I'll miss the meeting, could you please send me a copy of the ? I'll write to Sarah as well, to inform her that I'll not be there. Once again, I'm for this. I I'll be at the next meeting.

    Email 4
    Dear Mr Smith,
    As a follow-up to our meeting at the trade show in Rome, I am writing to you to a workshop in order to define our future . I have already contacted Mr Yann and Ms Rose about their . I suggest the one of the four following dates: June 1st, June 12th, June 28th or July 3rd. Please confirm which date you the best. Yours ,
    Daniel Cooper.

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