Writing mails in English brings a whole bunch of difficulties with it, register (formal/informal), grammar, intercultural aspects. In the Mini Mail dictionary (German-English) part of the Working English Toolkit (WET) PDF book, I’ve collected some (72 to be precise) of the most important ‘words’ you may need to help you write mails, which you can be sure are correctly formulated and can also speed up your writing (copy & paste).
Here’s ‘helfen’ from the book to give you a helping hand with your mails:
Formal: to assist / (to offer/give sb) assistance.
Thank you in advance for your assistance in this matter (Angelegenheit).
Don’t hesitate to contact us if we can be of any further assistance. (weiter behilflich sein)
Neutral: (to) help
Thank you in advance for your help in this matter.
Please contact us if we can be of any further help.
Informal: to help sb out / to lend / give sb a hand
Cheers for your help/for helping us out with this.
Give me a shout (jdm bescheid sagen) if we can (be of) help in any way. Give them try!
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