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Formal letter-writing

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  • 1. Formal Letter WritingHow to complete the exercise formal letter writingBelow there are 13 questions about writing letters. Read each question and Circle the correct answer1. Is using the words sincerely yours’ more common in American English than in True/FalseBritish English.2. Is using the word ’truly’ more common in American English than in British English.3. You put the address of the person you are writing to in the top right- hand corner of the True/Falseletter.4. If you don’t know the person’s name, sign off with Yours faithfully. True / False5. It is correct to finish the letter with I look forward to hear from you. True / False True/False6. 4/8/13 is the correct way to write the date.7. is it best to print your name above your signature. True/False8. In the first paragraph you should write a few polite lines to express your admiration of theperson you are writing to. True/False9. The first paragraph should simply contain the reason for your letter. True/False10. The last paragraph should state what action you expect the person to take. True/False11. You should use per pro or pp if you are signing a letter for someone else. True / False12. Dear Mr Michael Brown is this the correct way to start a letter. True/False13.do the letters cc stands for carbon copy True/False True/False True/False True/False True/False