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Is there anybody who might be able to tell me the difference of "Yours sincerely" and "Sincerely yours"? Is it a difference between British English and American English?

I am looking forward to reading your ideas,

Alexander

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'yours sincerely' is used in British English
and 'Sincerely yours' is used in American English.
See Oxford Dictionary 8th Addition

Good to know

thansk for your kind explanation.

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You probably mean I rather stick to the British English than American English...

Bo Handels I rather stick to the British English then American English.

Yours sincerely,


Serge

Sincerely yours

can I just say "Sincerely" in business letter writing

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My advice is to just stick to Yours sincerely.