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Letter Writing.presentation

  1. 1. LetterWriting
  2. 2.  Letter is a written message.  We write a letter to persons who are far way from us.  We want to convey our message to them in a clear and forceful manner.
  3. 3.  The exchange of written or printed communication.  Writing letters is considered to be an easy thing to do.  But very few write really good letters.  A good letter should follow all the rules of good conversation and good composition.
  4. 4.  TheWriters Address The Date An InsideAddress for the Recipient. A Salutation The Body of the Letter A Complementary Close TheWriters Signed  Typed Names.
  5. 5.  Personal Letters: ▪ Personal Letters / Social Letters / Informal Letters written to Relatives & Friends . Eg . Invitations etc.  Business Letters: ▪ Business Letters/Formal Letters written by the traders, firms, companies etc. for business purposes Eg .: Leave Letter, Ordering Letter etc.
  6. 6.  Official Letters: It includes ▪ 1. Letter of application ▪ 2. Letter to Government Officials ▪ 3. Letter to Newspapers ▪ 4. Job Applications ▪ 5. Recommendation Letter ▪ 6. Reference Letter ▪ 7.Termination letter etc
  7. 7. Sample Letter
  8. 8.  Full Block Format  Modified Block Format  Simplified Block Format 
  9. 9. Full Block
  10. 10. Modified Block Format
  11. 11. Simplified Format
  12. 12.  Begin with positive word usage to create a pleasant tone and build rapport.  Use itemized link to improve accessibility.  Include dated action to encourage a timely response.
  13. 13.  Begin with a buffer statement in a bad news letter.  In the body, explain, explain what happened and then state the bad news.  In the conclusion, give your reader follow up options.
  14. 14.  Include enough details such as date of purchase to establish context for your complaint.  In the body explain what happened, state what you want, and justify what you want.
  15. 15. Thanks

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