Question: What can I say instead of dear?

Can you start a letter without dear?

Very formal (for official business letters) To Whom It May Concern: Use only when you do not know to whom you must address the letter, for example, when writing to an institution. Dear Sir/Madam, Use when writing to a position without having a named contact.

Can I use hello instead of dear?

Dear [Name], This greeting is a more formal way to start a professional email. Dear is appropriate for an initial email, but it may sound stuffy and repetitive if you add it to every message in a long email chain. In subsequent emails, you can use Hello instead.

Is Dear all acceptable?

Dear all is perfectably acceptable. So is Dear Colleagues. It depends on how formal or informal you want to be, and what is normal usage in your workplace. If in doubt, do what appears to be normal practice.

What can I say instead of dear students?

adj1 beloved, cherished, close, darling, esteemed, familiar, favourite, intimate, precious, prized, respected, treasured.2 at a premium, costly, expensive, high-priced, overpriced, pricey (informal) 3 angel, beloved, darling, loved one, precious, treasure. 4 at a heavy cost, at a high price, at great cost, dearly.

Should I say dear or hi?

Though many people now see “Dear” as outmoded, it is a failsafe fall-back, and “Hello,” followed by the persons name, is also acceptable. “Hi,” followed by the persons name, has been on the rise for some time, and is considered standard in many situations.

How do you respond to Hello dear?

Answer a simple “hello” with a question. “How are you?” is a popular way to respond and keep the conversation going. You may want to add a simple “hello” to your response just to acknowledge the person, like “Hi there! How are you?” or “Hey man.

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