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Copy of FRIENDLY & BUSSINESS LETTER
Transcript of Copy of FRIENDLY & BUSSINESS LETTER
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WHAT ARE THE PARTS OF A FRIENDLY LETTER?
Is usually used when writing from one company to another, or for correspondence between such organizations and their customers, clients and other external parties. The overall style of letter will depend on the relationship between the parties concerned.
The difference between business letters and friendly letters are:
Is an informal letter that you would write to a friend or relative.
includes the writer’s address and the date. The heading is written in the upper right-hand corner of the page.
It is written under the heading at the left margin. It begins with a capital letter and ends with a comma
We put what we want to say in the
of the letter. The body of the letter is in paragraph form. The first line of each paragraph is indented.
is lined up directly under heading. It begins with a capital letter and ends with a comma.
is your name written directly under the closing.
There are many reasons to write a business letter. It could be:
to request direct information or action from another party
to order supplies from a supplier
to apologize for a wrong or simply to convey goodwill
the business letter is still very useful because it produces a permanent record, is confidential, formal and delivers persuasive, well-considered messages
Parts of a business letter
business letters are formal, serious, and they are typed. When friendly letters are the total opposite in the ways like they are not formal, they don’t need to be serious, and they are not typed.
Friendly letters are mostly for getting to know someone in a more friendly matter. Unlike business letters, they are for getting to know your skills, weakness, and strengths. So the differences between business letters and friendly letters are that business letters are strictly business and friendly letters are for pleasure not business.