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    Format of a letter   for mye 2011 Format of a letter for mye 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • SITUATIONAL WRITING In preparation for Mid-Year Examinations 2011 St. Hilda’s Secondary School
    • Format of a Formal Letter A REAL EXAMPLE
    • Names of Relevant Parts of a Formal Letter LETTERHEAD REFERENCE DATE SALUTATION RECIPIENT’S NAME & ADDRESS BLOCK COMPLIMENTARY CLOSE SIGNATURE FULL NAME OFFICIAL POSITION BODY OF THE LETTER
      • 30 June 2010
      St. Hilda’s Secondary School 2 Tampines Street 82 Singapore 528986 Mr. Siew Ka Eng Block 449 Bedok East Street 11 #09-192 Singapore 460449 SENDER’S ADDRESS BLOCK DATE OF LETTER RECIPIENT’S NAME AND ADDRESS BLOCK
    • When to use “Yours faithfully”
      • Dear Sir or Madam
      • Yours faithfully
    • When to use “Yours sincerely”
      • Dear Mr. Siew
      • Yours sincerely
    • Topic / Reference - Applicable to Formal Letters Only
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