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Is It Correct to Say “Hope Your Day Is Going Well”?

We all need some encouraging words now and then. No matter who you are, knowing that someone is thinking of you and wishing you well can brighten your day and make you feel better. “Hope your day is going well” is a standard well wish. It is correct to say, “Hope your day is going …

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Is It Correct to Say “Looking Forward to Working With You”?

So you’ve reached an agreement in a working partnership, and, as you shake hands with your soon-to-be coworker, what do you say? “Looking forward to working with you” comes to mind, but is that correct? Should you say something else instead? It is correct to say “looking forward to working with you” as a way …

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Is It Correct to Say “You Are Cordially Invited”?

When planning an exciting event, you usually want to share the moment with others. However, you don’t want to seem overly eager or desperate in your invitation, especially if the invitee is just an acquaintance or a business partner. This is an example of when it’s appropriate to say, “You are cordially invited.” It is …

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Is It Correct to Say “It Was A Pleasure Meeting You”?

We often want to communicate a kind gesture after meeting someone, especially in more formal contexts and first introductions. One way to do so is to say, “It was a pleasure meeting you,” but is it correct?  It is correct to say, “It was a pleasure meeting you,” to end formal conversations and when you …

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Is It Correct to Say “You Will Be Missed”?

Congratulations, you have a new job. And your former employer throws you a going away party to show appreciation for your service to the company. As former employees line up to wish you well, many say, “You will be missed.” What does that phrase mean? Is it different than saying “I will miss you”?   It …

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