Quick Answer: How Do You Respond To Dear?

What is the difference between hi and dear?

Hi is informal and Dear .

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is formal, but Sir is formal and Junior is informal.

It follows that Hi Sir and Dear Junior are mismatched.

(I have to qualify that by saying that I can’t imagine anyone addressing anyone else in writing as Junior, but that is perhaps because it’s not used in British English.).

What should I reply to Greetings?

Here are some easy ways to respond to a greeting:”It’s so nice to see you again. Give your family my regards.””Hi! I haven’t seen you in a while. … “Good morning! I wish I had more time to chat, but I have an appointment in fifteen minutes.””It’s great seeing you. I hope you’re doing well.””I’m doing well! … “Wow!

Do you put a greeting in a reply email?

In the case of an email reply, use a salutation in the first reply. After the first reply, it is no longer necessary to keep using a salutation. Think of the email chain as being in a conversation: You don’t need to keep saying the person’s name every time you reply.

Is it appropriate to start an email with dear?

When in doubt, “Dear” is always safe, and it should be the default greeting for any first correspondence. For Ramsey, the most important point is to use some form of salutation. Otherwise, e-mail is too cold and impersonal.

Is Dear Too formal?

The “Dear” family is tricky because it’s not always terrible or wrong to use, but it can sometimes come off as a bit too formal. Again, it’s not the worst greeting in the world, but it’s a little old-fashioned.

Should I write dear or respected?

Explanation: ‘Dear’ word is used in informal letters(like for friends,family). While writing a letter to someone respectable you ought to maintain formality and use the word ‘respected’, like for sir,madam,principal or even elders of your family.