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CHARACTERISTICS OF AN EFFECTIVE BUSINESS LETTER

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Gladys Joy

on 22 September 2013

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Transcript of CHARACTERISTICS OF AN EFFECTIVE BUSINESS LETTER

The business letter must be clear, straightforward or direct to the point.
Conciseness
Ideas must be
completely expressed
by using the
least number
of words.
Simplicity
Unity
The letter should deal preferably with only one subject.
Courtesy
Sincere consideration for others.
BUSINESS LETTER
- message in writing addressed to someone for a specific business purpose.
CHARACTERISTICS OF
AN EFFECTIVE
BUSINESS LETTER

written in a lucid (easy) language
so that it is clear to the receiver.
Precision
When you want to say
and how you
say it
correspond
to each other
exactly.
Hi! Good morning.
Let me be of service for you today
as we talk about:
Clarity, Conciseness, Simplicity, Precision,
Unity,Courtesy,Order, Style, Consideration and Correctness.
Order
- logical organization.
Character, Personality, Style
originality,naturalness
imitation of model letters, use of rubberstamp phrases of so called Business English - NO NO.
Consideration
A business letter should be correct as to the facts given.
Correctness
Be sensitive to the feelings of your readers.
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