Archive for the ‘Letter Writing’ Category

Social letters

August 24th, 2015 in Letter Writing

Letters to friends and family should be written in a conversational style. They are a bit like a friendly chat. They should be spontaneous compositions and as such they should be unpremeditated. Compared with essays, social letters have a free style. When we engage in a friendly conversation, we touch on many topics. In the same way, you can write about just about any topic in a friendly letter. You can also present them in whatever order you like.

How to write a rejection letter?

June 20th, 2012 in Letter Writing

A rejection letter is one of those letters that are not very easy to write. Although writing a rejection letter can be difficult, there are situations that make it absolutely necessary. For example, banks usually send rejection letters to customers whose loan application they cannot approve. Organizations send rejection letters to applicants they cannot hire.

Letter writing tips

August 2nd, 2011 in Letter Writing

In letters to members of your family, the salutation should be:

My dear Father / My dear Friend / My Dear Sister etc.

Personal Letter Writing Tips

March 11th, 2010 in Letter Writing

Letters to friends and close relations should be written in an easy, conversational style. A personal letter should have the same tone as a friendly chat. And as a general rule they should be unpremeditated and spontaneous compositions.

Letter Writing Tips Part II

February 15th, 2010 in Letter Writing, Writing

The body of the letter
The style in which the body of the letter is written depends upon the kind of letter you are writing. The style or tone of a personal letter will be quite different from that of a business letter. The following hints, nevertheless, apply to letters of all kinds.

Letter Writing Tips

February 15th, 2010 in Letter Writing, Writing

Every educated person should know how to write a good letter. All of us have to write letters of some sorts at some point of time.

Business Letter Writing Tips

February 8th, 2010 in Letter Writing

Business letters should be brief and to the point. As we all know, business people are always busy. They will not have enough time to read long, winding letters. Unlike personal letters, business letters are written in a more formal style. Certain polite expressions such as those given below are commonly used in business letters: