Sunday, October 25, 2009

 

Valedictions: Yours Truly

Wikipedia's article Valedictions is good. It talks about differences between England and America, and about French, German, and Hebrew valedictions. I don't like "Yours sincerely", because though I suppose I am always sincere, it seems inappropriate for describing the contents of a typical letter. "Yours truly" is always apt, nicely conventional, and sufficiently uncool. Cheers, Best Wishes, and Best Regards have their places too.

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