# Writing Formal and Informal Letters. Part 1. Домбровская И.В - 35 стр.

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PART 2
FORMAL LETTERS
Layout Write the name and/or title of the person you're writing to. Only use
Dear Sir or Dear Madam if you dont know the persons name. Do not indent
Write the first line next to
the left-hand margin.
Begin the next line under
the name.
Write Yours with a capital
'Y' and faithfully or sin-
cerely with a small 'f 'or 's'.
These endings are followed
by a comma.
22 York Street
Bridewell
BR6 450
The Principal 24th
Nov. 19
Clifton College
Clifton
CL5 2RE
Dear Sir,
I am interested in apply-
ing for a place on a com-
and I would be grateful if
you could send me full de-
tails of the courses you offer
and the fees, together with
an application form.
I look forward to hearing
from you.
Yours faithfully,
S.M.Gilchrist
Write the house number
first, followed by the street,
town (and postcode, if you
for writing at the beginning.
If you are replying to an
advert, say where you saw it
and when. If you are reply-
ing to a letter, give the date
of the letter.
Types of Letters
The beginning and the ending
Yours faithfully Yours sincerely
Enquiry
Explain clearly what information you would like and why you need it. If there are
different points you need to explain or to ask about, use a different paragraph for
each.
Useful language:
I am writing to enquire about...
I should/would be grateful if you would send me (full) details of...
Could you possibly
send me details of
...?
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PART 2
FORMAL LETTERS
Layout Write the name and/or title of the person you're writing to. Only use
Dear Sir or Dear Madam if you don’t know the person’s name. Do not indent
Write the first line next to                   22 York Street      Never put your name before
Begin the next line under                      BR6 450             Write the house number
the name.                                                          first, followed by the street,
Write Yours with a capital        The Principal             24th   town (and postcode, if you
'Y' and faithfully or sin-        Nov. 19                          know it). Give your reason
cerely with a small 'f 'or 's'.   Clifton College                  for writing at the beginning.
These endings are followed        Clifton                          If you are replying to an
by a comma.                       CL5 2RE                          advert, say where you saw it
Dear Sir,                        and when. If you are reply-
I am interested in apply-   ing to a letter, give the date
ing for a place on a com-        of          the         letter.
and I would be grateful if
you could send me full de-
tails of the courses you offer
and the fees, together with
an application form.
I look forward to hearing
from you.
Yours faithfully,
S.M.Gilchrist

Types of Letters
The beginning and the ending
Yours faithfully                        Yours sincerely

Enquiry
Explain clearly what information you would like and why you need it. If there are
different points you need to explain or to ask about, use a different paragraph for
each.
Useful language:
I am writing to enquire about...