10 email rules
-the use of language depends on the audience
-do not use slang
-chose an appropriate subject
-do not use capital letters
-follow grammer rules
-spell check before you sned
-read beforte you send
-give correct information
-check the email address is correct
-do not use any offensive lanuage
Ten Email rules:
1. Do not use capital letters
2. No swearing
3. Only use informal language if you know them
4. Use a suitable language for your audience
5. Do not use slang
6. Do not use any offensive language
7. Use an appropriate subject
8. Use the correct punctuation
9. Spell check
10. Read before you send to check for mistakes and make sure it makes sense
Ten email tips:
1. Do not use slang words.
2. Do not swear when using email.
3. Use formal language if you do not know the person.
4. Think about who you are sending it too, you should use different language for different people.
5. Choose an appropriate subject.
6. No not write in capital letters all the time.
7. Follow grammer rules.
8. Spellcheck before you send.
9. Proof-read the email before sending it.
10. Do not spam people.
– Always write formal
– Spell check emails
– Language used for audience
– Give them correct information
– Don’t write in capitals
– Make it personal
– Answer all questions asked and make ones you think are appropriate to prevent further questions
– Don’t forward emails
– Do not be offensive towards them or use offensive language
– Use of language depends on the audience
– Give correct information
– Choose an appropriate subject
– Do not write in capitals
– Follow grammar rules
– Spell check before send
– Proof read before send
– Check email address is correct
– Do not use offensive language
– Do not use slang
1. State what subject you are talking about before you begin typing your email
2. Don’t over complicate the email
3. Stick to the subject
4. Don’t wonder off
5. Keep the email short as possible
6. Pictures not required
7. Keep your email folders organised
8. Don’t send blank emails
9. Make the emails relevant to the work and not too catch up with friends
10. Don’t use the email to spam people or spread virus’
1. if you are asking for a job at the send write something saying “hope to get a reply”
2. if you are emailing a teacher or someone lyk that dont always use slang.
3. Dont use all capital letters
4. Put a subject on so they know what its going to be about.
5.no language which people may offended by.
always check punctuation
check your spelling
dont leave to many spaces between paragraphs
dont over complicate things
keep it easy to read for the person reciveing the e-mail
do not type any thing offensive
dont use emoticons
make sure attachments are not to big to open on the other computer
1. Remember capital letters and full stops.
2. Make sure the information is direct to the point.
3. Use words that will be fully understood by the reciever.
4. No langauage that can be offensive.
5. Using no swearwords.
1. Proof read your email to insure you have made no spelling miostakes etc
2. Punctuateyour email properly
3. Keep your message simple and direct
4. Dont over-complicate things
5. Dont use emoticons when the recipient is not a close friend
6. Refrain from making any comments that could be seen as insults
7. Make sure you include a clear subject
8. Make sure the content is relevant and suitible for the recipient
10 email tips for you:
1. No slang words (eg. swears)
2. Depending on the person, use either formal or informal language
3. Choose an appropraite subject
4. Use proper grammar if it is formal
5. Spell check before you send
6. Read the email before you send.
7. Check if you have sent it to the right reciever
8. Be aware of spam!
9. Captial letters is shouting in an email – don’t do this
1. Spell check befor sending
2. Dont be abusive
3. Don’t use slang
4. Use puncutation
5. Don#t abbreviate everything
6. Correct grammer
7. Only type in a language that your recipent can understand
8. Always say thank you
9. make sure atachments are appropriate
10. FOLLOW ALL OF THE ABOVE
1. spell check
2. no abuse
3. no slang
4. no abbreviations
5. correct grammer
6. to the point
7. correct language
8. relevant attachments
9. appropriate sized attachments
1. Spell check
2. Don’t use inappropriate language
3. Correct terminology (either formal or informal)
4. Don’t use capital letters
5. Use punctuation
6. Don’t be abusive
7. Don’t use slang
8. Ensure attachments are small enough to send
9. Ensure attachments are virus free
10. Don’t break any of the rules
some email netiquette rules for emails are:
dont use capital letters.
spell check before you send.
check your sending it to the right person.
make sure your language is correct.
make sure you say nothing to offend the person who’s recieving it or anyone else.
1. Check your spelling
2. Check you’re sending it to the right person, no one wants irrelevant emails!
3. Check you’re not being abusive towards the recipitent, and make sure you’re not being abusive behind anyones back.
4. Don’t type using all caps, however make sure you use caps at the start of sentences
5. Check you have correct grammar.
These are some good rules, well done you.
treat peop-le like you want to be treated! thats the only rule!
There are more rules but that is a good rule!
yeah sorry about the
” peop-le ” i was in a rush but thanks any way you two 🙂 :-))
good sensible helpful rules. That are useful if people want to use their emails.
I agree with john, treat people how you would like to be treated thats the main thing
Write an e-mail how you would like to receive one 🙂
1.check your spelling
2.make sure you are sending the email to the correct person
3.make sure your not abusive or offend the other person
4.dont type using caps as it can come across as shouting
5.check you have used the right grammar
6. use the correct punctuation
7.dont use slang
8. do not swear
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