Opening and closing emails games/ worksheets

Starting and ending emails PDFs, tips and lists of useful language. If you like anything here and want more, please support TEFLtastic.

Updated 19 January 2021

E-book with opening and closing emails activities

Teaching Emailing: Interactive Classroom Activities (over 300 photocopiable pages on writing all kinds of formal and informal emails, including over 60 pages specifically on opening and closing emails)

Articles on opening and closing emails

100 common mistakes with starting and ending emails– NEW

Lists of useful language for opening and closing emails

The 100 most useful phrases for starting emails

The 100 most useful phrases for ending emails

Worksheets just about opening and closing emails (greetings, first lines and final sentences)

Closing lines for different kinds of emails

Opening and closing formal and informal emails jigsaw game

Opening and closing emails brainstorm and match formal and informal phrases (a simpler but less fun version of the worksheet above)

Use the starting and ending emails phrases

Opening and closing emails which phrase is more common? (to stop students using rare and old fashioned phrases)

Opening and closing emails phrases The same or different (with typical confusions)

Opening or closing emails simplest responses game (listening and trying to spot which are which – a bit easy, but a good warmer)

Worksheets mainly about opening and closing emails

Emailing Differences in meaning and formality 

Classify, rank and remember the email phrases

Match the beginnings and endings of email phrases

Use and continue the common emailing phrases

Related pages

Emailing main page

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