Wishing someone well in English is very easy to say, but you have to be careful to do it correctly. Even though the word ‘well’ is an adverb it must be used as an adjective in this case.
We use the phrases ‘to wish [someone] well’ to say that we hope that something good will happen to someone.
There are many different variations of wishing someone well in an email and you can use any of the expressions below. They can have slightly different meanings depending on the context.
Hope all is well.
I hope everything is going well for you
I hope everything is going well with you.
I hope all is well with you
I hope everything is going well with you
I hope you have been well.
I hope all is well with you and your family
I hope everything has been going on well for you is incorrect.
Hope all is well with you
Hope all is well with you is a common way to open an email after saying hello. It is an easy way to sound friendly and show that you are thinking of the other person.
Friendly email example
Hope all is well,
Did you get the report this morning? I need you to analyze it by 4 pm.
In this case, you can see that “Hope all is well” is used in the email to show friendliness and the sender is not going directly into the important business.
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