I’ve been the recipient of hundreds of emails from students over the years. Some of them have been quite polite and well-written, but quite a few are informal to the point where they are verging on the rude. And many are full of typos.
“Yo, what’s up?” was one of the most informal openings I’ve gotten, while “Hey” is the most common informal one.
“Hope your well” is a regular mistake I see. “im writting my essay about x” is also not an usual phrasing.
“Respond immediately” is a frequent demand, and often those who use it send me their email over and over (and over) again if I don’t reply within a few hours. If a student should happen to send me the email on a Friday night, I have many copies waiting for me Monday morning, with increasing exhortations stating how I “must” reply right away or the student will be upset or be unable to write the essay or do the reading. And yes, this often comes from students who are waiting until the last minute to do their work, though they’ve known about the assignments for weeks, if not months.
So I liked this guide to emailing your teachers, and I suggest students follow the tips.