Warm Regards

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Guest:
When or for whom should we use "Warm Regards" in conclusion?
Where is "Kind Regards" or "Best Regards" applicable?

thanks.
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I don't think there is any standard. So I will just voice my own personal opinion.

Regards,...often used as a standard

Kind regards, Best regards,...can be used as a standard or slightly preferential

Warm regards,...use for those who are close to you...good friends, family, associates

You can also use as a standard....

Yours truly, Sincerely, Yours sincerely

If it is some that is special to you--very close friends, family, or intimate partners

Love,

To be honest, people don't really pay much attention to the way a letter is signed UNLESS they notice that you are treating them in a cooler than normal fashion. For example, if always signed your letter to your girlfriend,

Love,
Guest

but have recently begun to sign your letters with,

Yours truly,
Guest

she might wonder why you have gone from being affectionate to being "cold".

For everyday, normal correspondence, you have lots of options to choose from.

Hope that helps.

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Anonymous:
Thanks a lot, anon.
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My boyfriend gave me a Christmas Card signed Best Wishes once. He never made that mistake again!
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Anonymous:
Hi I'm a french who have an english friend...

And I want to know what does it mean If a boy sign all time: kind regards

And sudenly change for sign : Warm regards a the end recently...

As I can hope, the change not just in the letter... ?
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Hi,

Many things are possible. See what happens next. Emotion: smile

Best wishes, Clive
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Anonymous:
Thanks Clive.

I've forgoten to precise... Its an american not a british. I dont know if its deferent...

And,

How I can sing my letter to send a response originally anb "subtle" ?

Please... Help me!
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Hi,

Perhaps you could reply with 'Warm regards'?Emotion: smile

Clive
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Anonymous:
Hello!

... It's me, (the french canadian girl)

Now... If my friend (an american), changing is "Warm regards" for just: "Regards"

I can hope... I've graduate in a high level in the relationship... or not? ;-)

Cindy
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