Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) sincerely and strongly felt
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offer heartfelt sympathy
Heartfelt is an adjective used to describe something genuine or sincere. This adjective is usually used to describe emotions or feelings that are felt strongly. You might give 'heartfelt thanks' or a 'heartfelt apology'. You will hear this expression used formally in both in social and professional contexts.
Social Examples (Basic)
I offered myheartfelt sympathyto the relatives of all those who died in the tragic accident.
The groom madea moving, heartfelt speechon his wedding day which reduced many in the room to tears.
Professional Examples (Basic)
The speaker told a heartfeltstory about how they became interested in communication technology after being sick and unable to talk.
The mostheartfeltof apologies will not make up for any injuries caused by safety breaches so we must ensure total compliance.
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