Formal and Informal Language Examples

Formal and Informal Language Examples!

Formal language is commonly used when writing. Informal language is usually used when speaking. Formal language is less personal than informal language. Colloquial language is also used to allow the casual flow of conversation. You can also download the Formal and informal language examples PDF from this lesson.

Formal and Informal Language Examples

Here a list of formal and informal Sentences:

Informal Formal
When you get here, Your arrival
Give in yield
Shall i…? Would you like me to…?
Drop out of withdraw (from)
We want to We would like to
It would be great if you could attend this event. We would be honored if you would attend this event
You haven’t… We note that you have not…
I can help you to solve this problem. We can assist in the resolution of this matter.
We’ve received We are in receipt of
Call on visit
Put up with tolerate
To tell the difference To distinguish
To think about To consider
It will do you good This will be of great benefit to you
This shows that … This demonstrates…
This seemed to fix the problem This appeared to rectify the problem
They put the plan into action The plan was implemented / carried out
They did the experiment The experiment was carried out/ performed
Thanks for your mail on 10 mar Thank you for your email of the 10 of march

 

Must Learn: Homophones in English

Official documents Text messages
Try out test
Job interviews Team meetings
Talking to superiors Talking to peers
Break off suspend/adjourn
Public tenders Spontaneous speech
Legal documents Some meeting minutes
Business emails Some business correspondence
Presentations Social media
When you are communicating with someone that you don’t know very well Situations that are more relaxed and that involve people that you know well or know each other well
She can She has the ability
Look for seek
Another good thing is/ what’s more/ not only that, Secondly/ besides/ furthermore,
You should revise Revision should be done
Give/bring back return
Come back return
Keep retain
House residence
Look like resemble
Look like resemble
Ask for request
Mend repair
Take out remove
Take away remove
Look at regard
Come up to reach/attain
Give up quit
Go ahead proceed
Go before precede
Go before precede
Put off postpone
Can i help you? Please state your business
What do you need? Please let us know of your requirements
Let me know if we can get together. Please let me know when you will be available.
Sorry… Please accept our apologies for…
Professional academic situations Personal emails
Let permit

 

Related: Short Forms of Words Used

People use a huge amount of People consume a tremendous amount of…
The place where we want to go Our destination
I’m getting tired of this junk. One grows weary in these matters.
From (company) on the behalf of
A lot of numerous
Anyways nevertheless
Public speaking (speeches, lectures, etc) Networking or socialising with clients
Lots of/ a lot of much, many
Plus/also moreover/futhermore
Could might be able to
Exceptional marvelous
Deal with manage
Keep up maintain properly
Go away leave/depart
And one of the best things is…/ and best of all, / the most important thing is… Lastly,
Tons of, heaps of large quantities of, a number of
It won’t be a problem anymore It will cease to be a problem
We recommend It is recommended
You don’t hafta… It is not necessary for you to…
I need to… It is necessary for me to…
I think… It is my opinion that…
Nice to meet you It is a pleasure to meet you
Can is capable of
Look into investigate
Make up invent
Make up invent
Bring in introduce
Put in insert
Worse inferior
Because In light of the fact that
Academic writing/ articles In everyday conversations

 

Must Learn: 50 Useful Idioms in English

Better improved
Childish immature
Could you…? I’d really appreciate it if you could…
Don’t forget I would like to remind you that…
Please get back to me asap. I would be grateful if you could reply early.
Could you…? I was hoping that you could…
I’m sorry to tell you that… I regret to inform you of…
See you next week. I look forward to meeting you next week.
Write back soon! I hope to hear from you at your earliest convenience
Thanks a lot! I appreciate your assistance!
Just a note to say… I am writing to inform you…
Your kid is making trouble I am afraid your child is experiencing difficulty
Sorry, i can’t make it. I am afraid i will not be able to attend
Anna’s right. I agree with my colleague, anna, that…
Funny humorous, amusing
What’s up? How do you do?
What’s going on? How are you doing?
Seen tom? Have you seen tom?
Heard from her lately? Have you heard from her lately?
Thanks gratitude
Enjoyment gratification
Say hello to Give my regards to
Hopeless futile
Come after follow
To start with/…, for a start Firstly,
Faithfulness fidelity
Tired fatigued
Hungry famished
Break down fail/collapse
Break down fail/collapse
Blow up explode
Go out of exit
Get away escape
Whole entire/complete
Come/go in enter
Lively energetic
Throw out eject

 

Give out distribute
Set out (1) display
Break up disintegrate
Talk about discuss/consider
Make out discern
Throw away discard
Put/set down deposit
Set out (2) depart
Refer to consult
Really big considerable
Think about consider/ponder
Link up connect
Worried about you Concerned about you
Think of conceive
Settle for choose
Lead to cause
Wait for await
As soon as you can At your earliest convenience
As we discussed this morning As per our telephone conversation on today’s date
Reports Advertising
Speak to address

 

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