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Can I write "with kind regards" at the end of a letter?
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Please more examples of these to be written at the end of a letter for both formal and informal letters and also e-mails!

I've many friends I often e-mail to and also some I snail-mail to but I'm always unsure about what to write down at the end of a letter.
I actually have a look at what they write at the end of a letter and I usually use the same form then but I'd like to know some more expressions that I can use. Thank you for your help.
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Hi guys,

maybe better solution is sentence 'Yours faithfully'? This is formal. It's the standard way to end a formal business letter.

Clive
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It depends who you are writing to. If you are writing a formal letter then no.

I would use with kind regards to someone I knew slightly and was friendly with, but not with my close friends or family. For example, my grandmother's friend, if I was thanking her for a birthday present or something like that.
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maybe better solution is sentence 'Yours faithfully'?

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Shizu from Poland
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