email etiquette Bongiorno! Who can tell me the best way to start & end an email in Italian?
Apr 28, 2008 3:19 AM
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In general, we usually use the words as follow to start an email: "Ciao + Name", "Buongiorno!", "Buonasera!" , if the email is for business or to the person respectable, the receiver is a client , it is better use "Salve!"...

To end an email, we can write the words as follow: "ci sentiamo"(it is not very sure whether meet again), "a presto"(it is sure to meet again, equivalent to "see you soon"), "ciao", "cordiali saluti"(business or the formal emal, more serious)...

November 11, 2011
Cara /  Caro = Dear

A presto /  A domani / Ciao

Molto simplice. Non lo so se voule formale o informale.
May 26, 2009
Ciao I think, I speak English and highly interested in Italiano can you help me?
June 10, 2008
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