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I am not sure which one is the right one
Below Email or Email Below
Thanks
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Anonymous I am not sure which one is the right one
Below Email or Email Below
Thanks

It's (the) email below

Not counting its frequent appearance on ESL websites, precisely to ask this question, the form the below [NOUN] is virtually non-existent.

See the Ngram below.

https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=the+below+_NOUN_%2Cthe+_NOUN_+below&year_start=1800... NOUN%3B%2Cc0%3B.t1%3B%2Cthe%20NOUN%20below%3B%2Cc0

CJ

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Any of these expressions are OK. "displayed" is optional.
the following email
the attached email
the email displayed below
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AnonymousI am not sure which one is the right one
Below Email or Email Below
Below cannot be used attributively, in other words before a noun to qualify it. You should place it after the noun and an article is also needed: the e-mail [which/that is] below.
Unlike below, above can be used attributively, so you have a choice: the above e-mail / the e-mail above
CB
The correct form is: the email below.

Below is not an adjective, it is an adverb and not an adjective, so cannot modify the noun.
I naturally end sentence below using a colon (:) instead of a period. Please advise correct english.
Please see current status below:
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Both are in use. Use a colon if the information follows immediately (but in which case we use 'Please see the current status following:'). Use a period if other material intervenes between that sentence and the current status information.
Dear sir/madam

thank you so much,
you answered my question clearly...

Farokh
Iran
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