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Skills format of a formal letter

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  • 1. Format of a Formal Letter A REAL EXAMPLE
  • 2. LETTERHEAD DATERECIPIENT’S NAME & ADDRESS BLOCK SALUTATION REFERENCE BODY OF THE LETTER COMPLIMENTARY CLOSE SIGNATURE Names of FULL NAME Relevant Parts of a OFFICIAL POSITION Formal Letter
  • 3. St. Hilda’s Secondary School SENDER’S ADDRESS2 Tampines Street 82 BLOCKSingapore 528986 DATE OF30 June 2010 LETTERMr. Siew Ka EngBlock 449 Bedok East Street 11 RECIPIENT’S#09-192 NAME AND ADDRESSSingapore 460449 BLOCK
  • 4. When to use “Yours faithfully”Dear Sir or MadamYours faithfully
  • 5. When to use “Yours sincerely”Dear Mr. SiewYours sincerely
  • 6. Topic / Reference - Applicable to Formal Letters OnlyGenerous Donation By Anonymous DonorRequest For Help To Find Generous Unknown Donor.Red Cross Children’s Charity Walk And A Huge Donation.Help Needed To Find Generous Unknown Donor.Charity Walk – Anonymous Donor Sought
  • 7. FORMAT OF A REPORT (ANY REPORT)USE THE MOST BASIC FORM
  • 8. To: Mr. Ong Kim Soon Principal St. Hilda’s Secondary SchoolFrom: Siew Ka Eng Chairperson Secondary 4DDate: 6 July 2010NOUN PHRASE AS A REFERENCE LINEWritten by:Siew Ka Eng