I generally use this sentence at the end my email before signature: 'Please let me know in case of any queries.'

Is this phrase correct to use for closing a mail?

  • It would be more usual to say "...if you have any queries", since the reference is to the recipient wanting to ask you a question. – Kate Bunting Feb 5 at 9:10

I don't feel it is quite correct. "Query" means to ask a question, so it doesn't make sense to ask someone to ask you about a query. It would be like saying "If you want to ask me anything, please ask me".

I would write it as:

Please contact me if you have any queries.

Or a slightly more welcoming version would be:

Please feel free to contact me if you have any queries.

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