A thank-you email-CEFR

Learn how to write a thank-you email.

Are you a beginner (CEFR level A1) English learner? This section provides writing practice to assist you in writing short, simple texts about well-known topics and filling out forms. Messages, emails, and forms are examples of texts. 

How to write?

By reading this article you will learn how to write a thank you e-mail.

  • Begin with If this is a casual email to someone you know, please say hello. 
  • Three main paragraphs can be included in the email: 

1-the reason for writing (= to express gratitude) 

2-the main point (= additional information or examples) 

3-a future wish or proposal 

  • To show you're joking, use emojis (e.g., smiley) or emoticons (e.g. 🙂)
  • You could say See you soon / If you hope to meet again, see you next year. 
  • Close with a phrase like "Keep in touch," "Write soon," "Speak soon," or "Take care."


Hi Shreya,

I just wanted to express my gratitude for everything. 

You and your family were wonderful hosts. I had a wonderful time at your house. Thank you for making me feel comfortable. I'm sure my English has improved significantly as a result of all of your assistance! Also, thank you for all of your wonderful cooking. Now I can tell everyone that English food isn't as bad as they make it out to be. 

If you ever visit Sri Lanka, I hope you will stay with me and let me show you around my city. 

Stay in touch!


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