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In today’s English Language class, We will be learning how to Formal Letters. We hope you enjoy the class!
- Definition of a formal letter
- Features of a formal letter
Formal letters are also called official or business letters. They are written to people in their official position. They are people we do not know personally, e.g.; Local government chairman, commissioners, principal of your school, managers of organizations, etc.
Features of a Formal Letter
- The writer’s address and date
- The receiver’s designation and address
- Subject heading
- The body of the letter
- The conclusion or the final paragraph
- The ending of the letter/subscript (usually Yours faithfully,)
- Writer’s signature and full name.
Government Great College,
P.O. Box 216,
10th October 2010.
Makaliki Local Government,
The Urgent Need to Rehabilitate Makaliki- Ota Road
The Body of the letter
Conclusion / Final Paragraph
Write a letter to the principal of a neighbouring school, inviting their JSS3 students to a debate organized by your club.
Countdown English by Ogunsanwo; Exam Focus: English for JSCE
Read page 9-11 of Exam Focus
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In our next class, we will be learning about Vowels \ ɪ \ and \ iː\. We are very much eager to meet you there.
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