Slightly about SalutationWhile starting an Email or Formal Letter, oftenwe face the difficulties about salutation. Though,...
Dear A, …. Dear A:The standard way to open a business letter with  Dear, the person’s name and a COLON like this:  Dear Mr...
In Social Business LetterA social business letter is social rather thanbusiness focused; for example letter ofCondolence, ...
Last or First NameIf you do not know the readers well or if the letteror the relationship is formal, use a title and a las...
Miss or Mrs.Unless you are certain that a woman prefers Miss  or Mrs.,          Better, you use the title “Ms.”
Writing to two peopleUse both names in your salutation, like:         Dear Mr. G and Mr. H,             Dear I and J,
Writing 2 SuperiorsWhile writing to several persons, What to write?Use:                 Dear Sirs
Confusion in GenderIf you do not know the a person’s gender, usethe full name rather than a title.                   Examp...
Do not know the nameIf you do not know the name, avoid “To whom itmay concern”. Instead, use the job title or ageneric gre...
Good 2 Remember  Donts: Never spell out this titles:                Mr., Mrs., Ms., Dr.  Do’s: Spell out these titles:Prof...
References:www.instructionalsolutions.comwww.businesswritingblog.comModel Business Letters,Emails & OtherBusiness Document...
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Most often we become confused while picking a right salutation in Email or Business Letter. This PPT can be handy during this problem.

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Salutation

  1. 1. Slightly about SalutationWhile starting an Email or Formal Letter, oftenwe face the difficulties about salutation. Though,this is silly matter but sometimes it effectsdrastically. Today, we will elaborate this tinyissue through our knowledge sharing session
  2. 2. Dear A, …. Dear A:The standard way to open a business letter with Dear, the person’s name and a COLON like this: Dear Mr. Ashak: Dear Ms. Y: Dear Mr. X and Mrs. Y: Dear Professor Z: Dear Mr. A, Mrs. B and Ms. C
  3. 3. In Social Business LetterA social business letter is social rather thanbusiness focused; for example letter ofCondolence, Congratulations & Thank YouOpen it with Dear, the person’s name and aCOMMA like this:Dear D,Dear Dr. E,Dear Ms. F,
  4. 4. Last or First NameIf you do not know the readers well or if the letteror the relationship is formal, use a title and a lastname:In case of Ashak Hossan:- Dear Mr. Hossan:Otherwise, use the first name:- Dear Ashak,
  5. 5. Miss or Mrs.Unless you are certain that a woman prefers Miss or Mrs., Better, you use the title “Ms.”
  6. 6. Writing to two peopleUse both names in your salutation, like: Dear Mr. G and Mr. H, Dear I and J,
  7. 7. Writing 2 SuperiorsWhile writing to several persons, What to write?Use: Dear Sirs
  8. 8. Confusion in GenderIf you do not know the a person’s gender, usethe full name rather than a title. Example:Dear Rahim Uddin:Dear A.K.M. Shamsuzzaman:
  9. 9. Do not know the nameIf you do not know the name, avoid “To whom itmay concern”. Instead, use the job title or ageneric greetings: Dear Sir, Dear Madam,
  10. 10. Good 2 Remember Donts: Never spell out this titles: Mr., Mrs., Ms., Dr. Do’s: Spell out these titles:Professor, Dean, Sister, Governor, Captain, Judge
  11. 11. References:www.instructionalsolutions.comwww.businesswritingblog.comModel Business Letters,Emails & OtherBusiness Documents. (Pearson Education) -- by Shirley Taylor
  12. 12. Thank You Stay Tuned AdiosHasta la vistaGrow with us

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