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Hi,

I was wondering if “It was nice meeting you for my interview last week on (date, i.e. 4th, 2nd. without month)” and “I’m really looking forward to an update” are correct or not and how else I can write them in a formal follow-up email.

PS: Should I use “the” before the date like, “on the 2nd”? Is it still correct without “the”?


Thank you,

Anonymous.

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Use "the" before 2nd.

“It was nice meeting you for my interview last week on (date, i.e. 4th, 2nd. without month)” and “I’m really looking forward to an update”

Your sentences are fine, though they are not particularly formal. I don't know where you are or what your circumstances are, but generally speaking, we are not super formal in most situations. However, there are times when you want to be extra professional and not too personal. I would not use "really" if I were writing these sentences because it is very casual.

I would say the following:

It was a pleasure meeting you for my interview last week on the 2nd. I'm very much looking forward to an update.

OR

I'm looking forward to an update.