“FYI” “FYI” is just rude and can easily become a tool in passive aggressive communication when forwarding an email from someone else – “FYI, you should know about this”. ... Make your intention clear so that the other person doesn't start to question the hidden meaning of “FYI”.
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Above, how do you politely say FYI?
2 AnswersI'd just like to bring to your attention... + an issue / a recent discovery / an interesting fact.I would just like to update you on...I'd like to notify you that...Just so you know...Just so you're aware...
Just the same, what does YFI mean in text? You Fail It
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What does yearn for mean?
Yearn, long, hanker, pine all mean to feel a powerful desire for something. Yearn stresses the depth and passionateness of a desire: to yearn to get away and begin a new life; to yearn desperately for recognition.
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As nouns the difference between longing and yearning is that longing is an earnest and deep, not greatly passionate, but rather melancholic desire while yearning is a wistful or melancholy longing.
“Yearning is an emotional state widely experienced in situations involving loss, focused on a desire for a person, place, or thing that was treasured in the past.”
A yearning is a strong desire. If you have a yearning to travel in Africa, it means that you dream about it and intensely hope that one day you'll end up there. A strong longing for something is a yearning for it.
For what it's worth, I use "FYI" in e-mails to my boss all the time. I use it to convey exactly that meaning: I'm telling him something that I think he should know or would be interested in learning but that he doesn't have to take action on. It is very helpful to know. Thank you very much.
I wish to tell you that… I am pleased to inform you that…...Opening statement:I am writing in reply to/in response to your email asking for information about…I am writing in reply to your request for information regarding…I am writing to inform you about…In reply to your query…
There is nothing intrinsically negative or rude about the word; the definition is simply "in a kind manner". ... It's certainly not rude, but it's almost pretentious in an email. It's something that was used in typed bills and letters long before computers such as - kindly remit payment at your soonest.
PFA is not used whatsoever in English, even in informal writing, partially because we say "please see," not "please find."