NCERT & CBSE Class 4 English How to Write a Letter
English is a practical language. As much you practice that much you learn. Today in this post we talk about Letter writing format. How to write a formal letter that is firstly introduced in CBSE Class 4. But it’s a starting, as you move in senior classes the complexities will increases. For our little kids who just start writing a letter, this article will be helpful. Let’s start:-
Lesson on writing a letter. A letter usually consists of a Heading, Subject, Greeting, Body, Closing and Signature.
Rules for writing Formal Letters in English:
Your Address:- the return address written on the top right hand corner of the letter.
Recipient’s Address:- Address of the person you are writing to should be written on the left.
- Date:- The date of the letter tells you when the letter is written. It should be written below the last line of the recipient’s address. Abbreviated forms of writing date are not allowed.
- Greeting or Salutation: The Salutation is written on the left hand side corner of the page after the address and the date.
- Opening: The opening sentence of the letter should have a reference to the subject of the letter.
- The Body of the letter: It is the main part and soul of the letter. The body contains the subject matter and can be divided into well defined paragraphs unless it’s very short.
- The Conclusion of the letter: The concluding sentence may be in the form of conveying love and respect to the members of family. It leaves a friendly impression
- Subscription or leave taking: The letter must not end abruptly. There has to be a polite leave taking depending on the degree of relationship. The leave taking phrase must be written at the bottom of the letter on the left hand side of the page.
- Signature or name of the writer: The signature/name of the writer comes below the subscription.
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