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More lessons on email to come!
0:01 Introduction and first model (work-related)
1:31 Lesson title
1:41 Using the same tone as the first sender
2:06 Useful expressions. Set 1: Acknowledging a message.
2:32 Useful expressions. Set 2: "See my responses below."
3:02 Useful expressions. Set 3: "Sorry for the late reply."
3:25 Second model (work-related, less formal).
5:04 Lesson ending
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