영문 이메일 작성시 자주 쓰는 인사/소개/감사 표현

영문 메일 작성시 자주 쓰는 인사

  • Hope you are well.
  • It’s been a while.
  • Long time no talk!
  • It’s been a long time.
  • Good to talk to you again.
  • I haven’t seen you in years.
  • Haven’t talked with you in[for]ages.
  • How have you been?
  • What have you been doing?
  • What have you been up to?
  • How are you doing? Is everything going well with you?
  • What’s up?
  • What’s new?
  • Anything new?

영문메일 작성시 상대방이 안부를 물었을 때 첫 인사

  • I’ve been okay.
  • Never been better.
  • I have been busy with work.
  • I was out of town for a month.
  • I was on a business trip last month.
  • It was good to talk with you the other day.
  • Hope everything is good.
  • It is my honor to be of help to you.
  • It is my honor to serve you.
  • I am so happy to serve our customers with our products.
  • I am so happy[glad] to do this project with you.
  • I feel so lucky to have this opportunity.
  • I look forward to mutually beneficial growth.
  • I would like to establish a good partnership with you.
  • I hope this finds you well.
  • I believe you are enjoying the sunshine in Miami.
  • It was nice to see you at the conference.

감사하다는 표현도 다양하다

  • Thank you for everything.
  • Thank you for your help.
  • Thank you for your time.
  • Thank you for your sympathy.
  • Thank you for your email.
  • I appreciate your flexibility.
  • I appreciate your prompt reply.

소개하기/존재감 남기기

  • Let me introduce myself briefly to start.
  • GNH was established in 1978.
  • Let me start off by introducing our company.
  • Let me explain what we do first.
  • Let me start off by introducing our new business.
  • First of all, let me tell you briefly about what we do.
  • I am JP Choi and I am responsible for making contracts.
  • First of all, let me tell you about our colleague, Kim Daehan briefly.
  • I am sure there is no need to introduce myself.
  • I hope you remember me.
  • Why don’t I introduce myself to break the ice?
  • My name is Minjeong Kim (who is) in charge of the General Affairs Department.
  • This is Kevin Lee responsible for overseas sales.
  • I am Misun Lee, responsible for overseas contact.
  • I am David Shin, working in the Financial Department.
  • We are the emerging player in the IT industry of Korea.
  • I am Jerry Hobbs of CPA Testing Center informing you of the test result.
  • I will be replacing Mr. Kim starting next week.

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