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FORMAL LETTERS

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Transcript of FORMAL LETTERS

Formal letters

What is a letter?
A letter is a means of communication written by:


Phrases to start entering a trade or formal letter:
In accordance/compliance with your request... Conforme a su petición...



Features
Structure: Accurate and consistent
allows communication between two people.

Structure
Three main parts: introduction, body and end or farewell.
Rules for writing formal letters in English
DRAFTING OF A FORMAL LETTER

Be precise and present focus during it.

Examples of formal letters
Conclusion
We can say that formal letter is a document which is used in various industrial environments, institutional, professional, political, educational or related fields.
a sender (sender).

sent to a receiver
(receiver).

Summarize your recommendation
Write Simply and clarity

Not to use informal language

Do not write: “I’m writing to ask for…”, rather“I am writing to enquire about…”

Most letters in English are not very long

Serious and formal, respectful tone.

Justified margin

No colors, patterns and designs.

Grammar and spell check.

With reference to your letter of... Referente a su escrito...

We are pleased to inform you... Nos es grato comunicarle(s)...


I am very much obliged to you for... Le quedo muy agradecido por...

We should like to call your attention to... Tenemos el deber de comunicarle...

full information.

Employment of courtesies
Formally 2nd person:
Clear separation of ideas in paragraphs

Location and date
Subject
Recipient Name
Wave or vocative
Body of the letter
Farewell
Signature

Estructure
Location and date:

where and what day is.
Subject:
the reason for the letter.
Recipient name:
-full name
- their treatment: (Dr., Mr., Prof., Mr., etc..)
-Mr. Miss. Mrs. Ms.
- position held.

Wave or vocative:
polite way

Body of the letter:
the reason for it is explicit.
Farewell:
friendly phrase.
Signature:
person sending the letter.


Often have relevant or content, are sent to important people who usually does not usually meet in person or which do not have a close relationship.
That is why they can´t be written spontaneously, disorderly or colloquial.
You need to plan what content will be placed, in what order and how it will make clear the reason for the letter. They should also be written in a polite, with good writing and without typos or syntax.
Jose maria islas peña
UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE TLAXCALA
UNIDAD ACADÉMICA MULTIDISCIPLINARIA
CAMPUS CALPULALPAN


LIC. CIENCIAS DE LA EDUCACIÓN
INGLES


FORMAL LETTERS


LIC. HÉCTOR ARROYO SERRANO
Jose Maria Islas Peña
Karina Ortega Velazquez
Maria Joselin Hernández Hernández
Diana Itzel Martínez Romero
Jessica Barrera Fragoso
Mayra Rodriguez
Karina Montes Lobato
Montserrat Arango Hernández
Fatima Guadalupe Pèrez Pèrez
Carina Ortiz Martinez
Belen Lopez Blancas
Sthefany Inés Pérez vargas
Ariana López Ortega
Guadalupe Zarco
Ana Mariel Flores Velazquez
Madeleyn Sanchez Magaña
Liliana Espinoza Zavala
Karen Rodriguez de la Cruz
David Duran Aguilar
Emmanuel Martinez Juarez
Jose Martin Lozada Moran
Iridian castro moreno
Eva morales
Oscar Vega Labastida
Carina Espejel Vera
Liliana Ibarra
Monserrat Ruiz Olvera



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