I’m a teacher at a small Swedish university, and I often communicate via email. In the beginning of a course, I tend to try to be somewhat formal, which isn’t really my personal style, but soon I drop all the “Dear” for “Hi” instead. In class, I’m informal and quite personal.
My “problem” is the sign-offs. I’ve simply more or less had enough of “Regards” (although I use it anyway to be safe) but don’t really feel too comfortable with BR/Best/Cheers either, at least not in the beginning of a course. (My students are all second-language learners of English.)
Any better ideas, anyone?
I understand your problem really well.
What about one of the following:
Have a nice day/evening/week/weekend
And in case of some emails maybe also:
All the best
Thanks/Thank you (for …)
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