How to Sign a Letter
There are different kinds of letters: love letters, friendly letters, business letters and etc., and each type of a letter implies signature. If you are not sure how to sign a love letter, business letter, cover letter, or even your blog post or email, then use our instructions so you know how exactly you can sign a letter.
Here you can stretch your imagination. There is a plenty of ways to sign a love letter, and your last phrase should end with the name of a sender (your name):
- Love, Jane.
- From Jane with love.
- Love always, Jane.
- Yours always and forever, Jane.
- Eternally yours,
- I love you.
- Yours Forever, Jane.
- Hugs and Kisses, Jane.
- Love you, always and forever, Jane.
- Love eternally, Jane.
- Love forever, Jane.
- Much love, Jane.
- Yours, Jane.
- Lots of love, Jane.
- Sending you all my love, Jane.
- Missing you every moment, Jane.
- Love you forever, Jane.
- Love you so much, Jane.
- Always With You, Jane.
- Yours Unconditionally, Jane.
- Truly Yours and Yours Only, Jane.
Business letters are much more formal than love letters and here are a few examples of how you can end a business letter:
- Yours respectfully, John Doe.
- Best regards, John Doe.
- Respectfully yours, John Doe.
- With anticipation, John Doe.
- Regards, John Doe.
- Sincerely, John Doe.
- Sincerely yours, John Doe.
- Yours truly, John Doe.
- Very truly yours, John Doe.
- Yours faithfully, John Doe.
- Faithfully yours, John Doe.
- Yours, John Doe.
Cover letter can be signed the same way as business letter, plus a few other ways:
- Looking forward to your reply, John Doe.
- Looking forward to hearing from you, John Doe.
- Thanking You, Respectfully Yours, John Doe.
- Thanking You, Yours Faithfully, John Doe.
- Thanking You, Yours Sincerely, John Doe.
- Tanking you in advance, John Doe.
Here you can be creative, you can use an ordinary closing line or a famous phrase:
- Live long and prosper.
- Hasta la vista.
- Warmly, John.
- Yours, John.
- See you soon.
- Speak to you soon.
- Take care.
When it comes to a friendly letter you can use pretty much any line you want, depending on how close you and your friend are. You can end a letter the same way you would end a business letter, those phrases are pretty common:
- Yours faithfully, John.
- Truly yours, John.
- If it's a cover letter, don't sign it with "looking forward to working with you" since they haven't accepted you yet.
- Don't sign a business letter too casually.
- Make sure you don't offend anyone with your closing line and don't sound too cocky.
- Don't forget that addressee can't hear your voice and can't sense your tone, which is why you should be very clear and polite.
Signing a letter isn't a hard part - it is much harder to compose a letter, especially if it's a business or cover letter as your career can depend on that. You need to think through your every word and only after that - mail it or send via email.
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