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0:01 Model email (message to babysitter)
1:03 Lesson title
1:11 Informal email: the tone
1:26 Informal, friendly greetings
1:50 Informal, friendly (and affectionate) closings
2:16 Leaving a signature in an informal message
2:44 Model email (series of exchanges)
3:13 Lesson ending
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