Trucos para escribir el email de trabajo perfecto en inglés

Trucos para escribir el email de trabajo perfecto en inglés


hello everybody welcome back to another
video I’m Philip and this is Isabel in case you’re new here and do you use your
English and work I’ve got a feeling you might if you’re here well good news in
this video we’re going to look at some dos and don’ts for when it comes to
writing emails in English with these tips you’re gonna be killing it
yeah we’re gonna help you sound more professional so are you ready Mr Bartlett I’m ready let’s do it okay get your laptops out come on we’re
gonna write an email let’s write an email to Cambridge University Press okay
oh that’s a good idea yeah yeah so how are you gonna start Isabel okay to
pull it may concern that’s okay but I think we can do better than that
nobody’s gonna reply to you if you say to whom it may concern come on let’s get
on LinkedIn or on Google on Twitter let’s find out who is the marketing
director of Cambridge University Press just give me a minute okay oh I think I got him Joe Piper head of
product marketing at Cambridge University Press
that’s our man okay dear Dear Mr. Piper yes that sounds much better if you use their name you’re much more likely to get a response or if you already know them obviously you can use their first name first it’s nice to start with a little bit of small talk to warm up break the oh yeah that’s a good phrase I hope this email finds you well nice phrase you could also say I hope you are well I hope all is well in Cambridge or if you’ve previously spoken to the person you could say thank you for taking the
time to speak to me on the phone this morning perhaps do you like long emails oh no no nobody does so don’t beat about the bush too much okay okay let’s go straight to the point How can we do that without being rude you can say
I’m writing regarding or I’m writing in regards to write this down I’m writing
regarding a possible collaboration yes also if you’ve just spoken to that person on the phone you can say following up on our recent phone
call or if you want to ask for something I would like to ask you about your
grammar books for example but be careful, don’t make the mistake I often see I write you about my homework this is not correct in English, don’t say that you use the present continuous don’t you yes I’m writing I’m
writing this email to ask you for example ok. Write this down I’m writing regarding a possible collaboration maybe it would be better okay yeah let’s get down to the nitty- gritty the meat of the email so what are you gonna say Isabel Nice expression Ok let’s get started then so keep it short and sweet okay
we can cut this down nobody wants to hear your life story
okay so let’s summarize okay in a few sentences for example it has come to our
attention but you have recently published a new book we’d be delighted
to feature it on our channel in exchange for some free copies to give away to our
students perfect Mr Bartlett I’ve put my colleague Phillip on copy I’ve cc’d Phillip on this email please find document attached cool
let’s continue ah tell him that we can meet in Cambridge next week because there is a conference oh yes it’s true, we’re going to be there that sounds really formal doesn’t it do you
like it yeah that sounds good but and it’s better not to use the passive voice because you don’t you don’t usually mention who performs the action but I thought the passive voice was more formal wasn’t it yes but when writing email you need to be as clear as possible you’re not saying who’s holding the conference I’ve finished writing the email but now I’m in a bit of a rush how can I ask him to reply before Friday without being rude what would you write can you let me know before Friday could you let me know asap as soon as possible please get back to me by Friday whoa
whoa whoa whoa look this is all a bit too direct and informal it would be much better to say something like could you please get back to me by the end of this week I’d really appreciate it if you could let me
know by tomorrow or one a bit more formal I await your response at your
earliest convenience Oh I like that and some other useful phrases would be I’d appreciate your help in this matter please keep me informed of any updates and other more informal phrases please keep me posted let me know what you think okay cool let’s continue, I’m going to tell him to contact us if he has any questions what do you think Phillip don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions yeah
that’s the typical phrase isn’t it yeah that’s the typical phrase but I prefer
if you have any questions please let me know always positive never negative I like your thinking Mr Barlett or for example should you have any questions
please feel free to reach out or some a bit more informal if you have any questions I’ll be happy to help you drop
me a line if you have any questions drop me a line that’s a nice one
drop me a line ok perfect and there’s a phrasal verb that is often used at the end of emails yes yes
with the verb to look I’m sure you know which one it is what’s the mistake that you find many times in the emails you receive from your students many say I look forward to hear from you soon
where’s the mistake in this phrase Isabel I look forward to hear from you
soon I look forward to hearing from you soon
exactly or you could also say I’m I’m looking forward to hearing from you soon but you never use the infinitive do you no I look forward to hearing from you I look forward to working with you I look forward to seeing you next week I look forward to meeting you in person I look forward to your reply that’s a common one now I just have to write ‘atentamente’ ‘un cordial saludo’ so I’m going to risk it as it’s a formal email and I don’t know this person I’m going to write yours faithfully yours sincerely because we’ve written the name of the person yours faithfully is only used if you don’t know the name of that person If you start with dear sir or madam if you haven’t done your job yes These are for quite formal emails and for emails a bit less formal what options do we have kind regards best regards best wishes that’s my favorite best wishes that’s looks pretty good so no no no wait wait wait wait the golden rule you should always always reread your email
before you send it to check for mistakes so can you read it again spelling is
very important yeah that you missed it you missed a
t yeah don’t forget your attachments oh yeah
yeah happy with that yeah okay then good okay that was easy easy peasy piece of cake it’s not so difficult to send a formal email is it good job it just takes a bit of practice yeah If you want some extra practice why not write a short email in the comments below this video ok but keep it short keep it brief just practice using some of the phrases and that’ll help you remember okay will you be correcting any mistakes I will have a look yeah I’ll see if I can help a
little bit

100 comments

  1. Nice video folks!
    Can you make a video showing us our Weird pesebre in San Jaume square in Barcelona!
    I don't need to write any email
    Maybe I'm going to Study there Cambridge

  2. ¡Os habéis superado! Y eso que tenéis vídeos buenísimos. Un vídeo muy interesante y sobre todo muy muy muy útil. ¡Gracias!

  3. I know I'm just a student, but I sometimes need to write an email to my English teacher and although it's about business, it's really good for me!! I'll keep it in mind, thanks for this video! I always take advantage of it!!

  4. I LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU MATE!
    Cause I met Isabel 2 years ago in Barcelona! But Him wasnt with her!
    We can meet up in a public house!
    Videos

  5. Dear Mrs. and Mr. Bartlett,
    I hope this email finds you well.
    Following up on your recent video about how to write an email correctly, I'm writting this email hoping for reach the standars needed.
    I await your response at your earliest convenience.
    Please, drop me a line if you have any comments about. I look forward for your reply.

    Yours sincerely, Licette.

  6. Mil gracias!!! necesitaba información justo como esta. Ya me suscribí y di mi like :D. Actualmente trabajo para algunas empresas en el exterior y siempre nos comunicamos en inglés. Realmente necesitaba este vídeo. Gracias!

  7. Gracias por estos tipos de videos de verdad ayudan mucho ya desde que comencé a ver sus videos he mejorado algunos problemas que tenia 🙂 , y si podrian hacer un video sobre el FCE o de esos examenes de nivel.

  8. I'm from Latin America and I've heard that we do large resumés and English people do short and concrete resumés. I'd really appreciate it if you show us how to do an English resumé!! And as always thanks a lot. I love your channel 💖

  9. I’m very thankful for your help, because I got my C1 level following your advice! I believe wholeheartedly that these vídeos are very very useful!!
    Anyway, thanks for everything!
    It’s always easy peasy to learn English with people like you😘😘😘
    A big hug!

  10. Hey guys, how about the email Subject? , formal , informal and most important "THAT DOES NOT SOUND LIKE A SPAM EMAIL" i hope you can answer this one , cheers

  11. Perfect thank you so much for this tips, I hope to find more tips to create an email in case that I will apply for a new job 💕

  12. Voy hacer una carta para mi rentero.. Y ya agarre ideas aqui…
    Thanks for your videos
    Amigos Ingleses..

    Espero hacer bien mi carta😀

  13. Dear Mr Marcos,

    I hope everything is going well.
    I am writing requesting a possible collaboration in my English test. I would like to know, when you have enough time for a meeting.

    Best wishes.

    André

  14. Muchas gracias! Me estoy preparando para dar el examen llamado CAE y esto me está ayudando mucho!! Una pregunta, por qué se usa el should como una pregunta si no lo es acá? Should you have any questions, please let me know. Tengo esa duda. Gracias!!

  15. When I was studying in London I also learned that it’s better if we don’t use contractions. Am I right?? 🧐🧐

  16. Dear manager,
    I'm writing to you regarding the advertisement in wich you are looking for an receptionist.Acuratly I meet all the requeriments:
    *good communicator: I've been involved in many schools and companies coping with employees.Therefore, I'm able to deal with customers.
    I look forward to working with you soon.
    Yours faithfully
    fabrizzio

  17. Hola, ¿Por qué Philip pronuncia la palabra Forward como Ford (jaja así lo escucho)e Isabel sí lo pronuncia como forward. Me confundí :S

  18. Uno de los vídeos de inglés más útiles que he visto nunca. ¡Gracias! Nos viene genial a muchos por aquí para pasar el examen de Trinity o Cambridge.

  19. Me encantan sus efectos de ciencia ficción que le agregaron al vídeo, cuando está buscando en la web 😁😁😁 son muy innovadores en la enseñanza del inglés, lo hacen más ameno y alegre, my best regards

  20. Hello! I like the song at the end of the video, this was a really good one I was waiting for long time…please, could you make one with any advice to write a CV, some technical words to refer …for instance, studies, previous job information, or some companies request a cover letter and resume ….thx guys I love you both ….greeting from Colombia 🇨🇴

  21. Solo por matizar en muchos emails profesionales hay una matriz de comunicaciones definida de antemano, y nunca se menciona a quien se pone en copia pues todas las partes lo dan por sabido

  22. Me gustan mucho sus videos, gracias.
    Aprovecho para promocionar mi canal educativo sobre matemáticas. Un saludo.

    https://youtu.be/f8DFJrGnWHk

  23. Gracias chicos ayer rendi un examen en ingles y habia qu3 hacer una carta formal use sus tips como estructura saludos desde Argentina

  24. Hola hola!!! Mira que últimamente me he estado volviendo loca porque no entiendo la diferencia entre in order to , in order for, in order that, me podrian ayudar!!!??

  25. Dear Amigos Ingleses:

    I wanna congratulate both of you for taking your time in teaching us this wonderful video. I will keep in mind and check it out everytime I want to send a emails not only at work but also with friends. Best wishes. Maria.

  26. He repetido varias veces el video y pido ayuda para aclarar una frase que dijo Philip en el segundo 14: es que entendí: " In this video we CAN TO look at some dos and don' ts" … 🤔 qué fue lo que dijo en realidad?
    Es que si oí bien, tenía entendido que nunca se usa el infinitivo después del modal CAN… 🤔 Alguien me puede aclarar mi duda, por favor?

  27. Hi Friends! I am study english with you and I have a question. In the intro 0:01 Phillip said: "This is Isabel". Is ok the use of "this"?
    I'm confused. Saludos desde Chile 😀

  28. Dear Amigos Ingleses,

    I hope this email really finds you well.

    I'm writing to let you know that this video was too helpful for me. Thank you for sharing these tips.

    I would highly appreciate it your feedback about this message.

    I will be looking forward to reading your comments about my email.

    Best wishes,

    Guillermo Grisales.

  29. Thank you so much!
    Con ustedes me preparé para hacer el IELTS y postular al intercambio en la universidad, y ahora en enero me voy a Escocia a estudiar, así que sigo consumiendo por montones sus videos😱 y justo ahora he tenido que empezar a mandar correos a la universidad y no saben el miedo que me da meter la pata jajaja así que, como siempre, muchas gracias por sus videos!

  30. Dear Mrs Cruz
    I am writing this email to request vacancies on December 7th.
    When I have your approved , I will request it through the company app.
    I wait your response.
    Kind regards.

  31. Hola podrían hacer un vídeo explicando la pronunciación de matter. Porque por más que lo intento no me sale. Sus vídeos me han ayudado mucho a mejorar mi pronunciación y si lo hacen se los agradecería de verdad. Saludos.

  32. que bueno fue que alejo lopera ingles los nombro en su programa!! dijo que eran muy buenos.ahora tengo a dos favoritos,a el y a ustedes.son geniales

  33. This is my Homework:
    Dear Mrs. Andrea Pineda,

    I hope this email finds you well.

    I'm writing regarding a possible collaboration. It has come to my attention that

    "Conduent" has recently published on Facebook page about the positions available

    Call center Supervisor (Sales and Tech support).

    I'd be delighted to submit my CV . and it would be a great chance to meet you in person.

    Please find the document attached.

    I await your response at your earliest convenience.

    Should you have any questions, please feel to reach out to me.

    I'm looking forward to hearing from you soon.

    Best wishes.

  34. Can you help me, please?
    What does ''doing'' mean in this sentence?
    {I’m happy you’ll be ‘doing’ New York with Stella tomorrow, but sad there’s too little time to see much.}

  35. Dear Mr. And Mrs. Bartlett

    I hope this email finds you well. I'm writing you in regard of this English class. I wanted to tell you that since I watched this video, my emails to people from other countries had been receiving faster and kinder answers; I think they are better received now than in the past. So, this video is in my top of the best videos I've seen in YouTube ever. You're amazing! Thank you for giving us more confident when we interact with other English speakers.

    I'm looking forward to your heart in this comment.

    Best wishes!💖👏

  36. Como se diria en un documento formal lo siguiente? "se emite la presente para los fines que al interesado convengan"

  37. Dear Isabel and Philip,

    I hope all is well in Amigos Ingleses.

    I would like to ask you about saying hi to the costarricans who watch your videos. Keep up the good job.

    Yours sincerly,

    Fabián Saborío

  38. Hello!!! A veces en un mail de trabajo me han mandado las siglas NTL para indicarme que responda antes de una fecha, sabeis q significa? No sería demasiado rude?

  39. This video will help me a lot in my job, since I have to write many emails to customers an another colleagues

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