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Emails has made our lives much easier to communicate with each other, no matter how apart we are. But I agree with this article that as time gone by, people changed the way they used to write emails.
First of all, there has to be some kind of greeting at the beginning, even such a simple hello. Also, we obviously know the person to whom we are writing to, so why not addressing him with the name? Another thing which I condsider inpolite is when ending an email without a simple thank you or have a nice day.
In a face to face conversation, these are not accepted, so i don’t see why in the technological world anyone think it’s acceptable.
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