A thank-you email

A thank-you email

Learn how to write a thank-you email.

Do the preparation task first. Then read the text and tips and do the exercises.

Reading text


  1. Start with Hi if it is an informal email to someone you know.
  2. The email can have three main paragraphs:
    • the reason for writing (= to say thank you)
    • the main point (= more details or examples)
    • a wish or offer for the future.
  3. Use emojis (e.g. smiley) or emoticons (e.g. :) ) to show you're joking.
  4. You can say See you soon / See you next year if you hope to meet again.
  5. Use a closing phrase like Keep in touch, Write soon, Speak soon or Take care.

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3


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Language level

Average: 3.9 (28 votes)
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Submitted by nnurainii on Thu, 18/01/2024 - 02:39


I really really really want it, if I have the opportunity to do it. just imagine it makes me so excited.

Submitted by Imane Al herchi on Sun, 14/01/2024 - 12:44


I believe that would be a valuable experience because it will give me the chance to improve my English, try local food, and meet native people.

Submitted by ddddsky on Sat, 13/01/2024 - 02:42


I don't know. But I don't think I want to. I am uncomfortable living with a stranger especially since I don't want to bother someone I am not close with.

Submitted by LUCIE LE on Thu, 11/01/2024 - 07:14


Hi Lukas,
I just want to say thank you for having me stay at your nice house.
I have a good time in your house, everybody in your family treat good with me, it’s make me feel like in my house. I gave a lot of experience so that I can’t remember. Especially, I really was improved lots of English in your house.
To be honest, I was so happy last night and I hope you to stay at my house if you come to my country.
Take care!

Would you like to stay with a host family in a new country?
I prefer staying with a best friend in a new country at best friend's house, it’s so amazing. If I can do that I think not only my Eng skill will be fast improved but also learn new thing as the culture, customs, people, etc.

Submitted by sescom82 on Tue, 09/01/2024 - 03:15


Of course no, I don't.
I'm an introvert. But I agree that is a good idea to stay with family for language practice.

Submitted by Geo Mahmoud on Mon, 01/01/2024 - 18:32


Yes, I do.
it‘s a new and great question. I wish to live in UK.

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Submitted by HIROKITO on Sun, 17/12/2023 - 15:01


It's a new question and I'm excited. I haven't go away yet but I think it's good to stay in with a host family in a new country. It should be funny because he/she'll teach me his/her country's culture or unless they do, i'll ask them. Also, in my imagination, leaving in new country or travel in that place for a short time should be ideal. I can improve my English and meet a lot of friends and visitors. Yes, it's right when the first friend i'll run into is the host family. in conclusion, i think it's a sensible case when you fisrt stay in with a host family in a new country!

Submitted by Potter007 on Tue, 07/11/2023 - 18:38


Sure! I would like to stay with host family in a new country. In my opinion it's the best option when you study a new language. It's not only English lessons, it's something more. You have a good opportunity to learn a culture, history and tradition from your new mentors. As a bonus you have a opportunity to build a strong relationships with this people and stay in touch for many years.

Submitted by Muneer. Qmohammed on Tue, 24/10/2023 - 13:21


i would like to stay with host family especially in england to improve my english that is very good way to speed learn english.