Personal letter

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Personal letter

  1. 1. Letter Writing Ambre Lee Dubnoff Center
  2. 2. November 29, 2010 Letter Writing Terms Definitions Personal letter Generally written to a friend or relative—there are five parts to a personal letter
  3. 3. November 29, 2010 Letter Writing Terms Definitions Personal letter Generally written to a friend or relative—there are five parts to a personal letter Heading This goes in the upper right hand corner. It always includes the date, sometimes includes the writer’s address.
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  5. 5. November 29, 2010 Letter Writing Terms Definitions Personal letter Generally written to a friend or relative—there are five parts to a personal letter Heading This goes in the upper right hand corner. It always includes the date, sometimes includes the writer’s address. Greeting This always ends with a comma Formal= Dear______, Informal=Hi _______,
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  7. 7. November 29, 2010 Letter Writing Terms definitions Body Heart of the letter—it should be at least two paragraphs
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  9. 9. November 29, 2010 Letter Writing Terms definitions Body Heart of the letter—it should be at least two paragraphs Closing Ends with a comma Formal=Sincerely, Informal=Your friend, Love, Best wishes,
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  11. 11. November 29, 2010 Letter Writing Terms definitions Body Heart of the letter—it should be at least two paragraphs Closing Ends with a comma Formal=Sincerely, Informal=Your friend, Love, Best wishes, Signature line Your signature
  12. 12. Writing Assignment <ul><li>Write three paragraphs </li></ul><ul><li>Paragraph one-write about any letters or cards you have received or written </li></ul><ul><li>Paragraph two-write about someone you could write to right now, include what you would write about </li></ul><ul><li>Paragraph three-same as paragraph two, but another person </li></ul>

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