Amazing!

Exclamation marks

Originally the exclamation mark (that’s this mark here: !) was used for an actual exclamation, like ‘My goodness!’. Today it tends to be overused. So be careful.

You might like to limit yourself to one or two exclamation marks in an email. You don’t want to make your writing look unprofessional, do you?

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Written by Christine Burgmer

18. October 2017