Email Vibe Check

Effort: 10 minutes

+10 Points


(1) $100 gift certificate

Email Typing

The list below includes a few terms that many young people use to communicate in the 2020s. While it might be fine to text friends like this, it probably isn't cool to write our professional emails that way, right? Write a one-paragraph email where you take the terms below and "finesse" them to fit a business vibe. Make sure to point out which term you replaced in parenthesis or brackets.

An example: "Dear internship recruiter, the interview I just participated in was [LIT] fantastic, and [LOWKEY] just between you and me, I'm considering [SPILLING THE TEA] updating my classmates on this opportunity."

šŸ”„ Fire - Something that is good, cool, or on-trend.

šŸ’Æ Lit - Amazing, exciting, or fun.

šŸ‘Œ Lowkey - Something understated or to keep something confidential.

šŸ‘€ Salty - Being bitter or upset about something.

šŸ˜µā€šŸ’« Simp - Someone who does way too much for someone they like.

šŸ¤” Sus - Short for "suspicious," often used to describe something or someone shady.

šŸµ Tea - Gossip or interesting news.

šŸ“± Vibe Check - A spontaneous evaluation of someone's mood or situation atmosphere.

šŸ‘¾ Yeet - To throw something with force or to express excitement.

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