How to write a personal letter?
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Answered on February 19, 2015 13:38
On the first line, you need to say hello, then ask about the life of a friend / parents, write about yourself, post your news or what you are writing for. At the end say goodbye, regret good luck. You can, by the way, put emoticons on paper. Here is my example of a personal letter to you, Anuta: Hi, Annie! I hope you do not mind what I am writing to you? How are you? We have not seen each other for a long time, and I missed you so much! I am doing well: I go to school every day for training. There is little time left for rest now, but I don’t worry, because spring is ahead, and after it is summer! This year we will go to the sea in Sochi, and you and your family will go somewhere? It would be good if you come to us. Write me if you can do it. Good luck! Your friend Bella. p.s. Waiting for an answer, like a nightingale - summer!
Great, thanks. I copy something.
Answered February 19, 2015 13:44, Belle |
It's my pleasure! only you need to write more, probably. I already quite briefly. We corresponded with my girlfriend before, so I wrote on three sheets!)))
Answered February 19, 2015 13:47, Belle |
By the way, if you were asked at school, you don’t have to write the truth, you can invent something, for example, describe how you went to a circus or a hike, or went somewhere.
Answered February 19, 2015 13:48, Bella |
I'll make it
Answered February 19, 2015 13:50, Bella |
Answered on February 19, 2015 13:21
And to whom is the letter addressed? teacher?
Parents or friend. Any personal letter only
Answered February 19, 2015 13:29, Belle |
Answered on February 19, 2015 13:23
Personal letter? Is it in English? If so, then -
Answered February 19, 2015 13:28
Well, for starters, you need to imagine who you can write this letter to. To a friend, friend, mother or sister ... Write a greeting (Dear Mom! Or, if the letter is official: "Dear Mr President," "Dear Vladimir Vladimirovich!"). Then you need to write an introduction like: "Thank you for your letter" or "Thank you for your reply." Ask questions that concern you, ask about health, affairs, etc. You can imagine that you are writing a response to the letter, so give answers that might interest the interlocutor.Then you can tell about yourself how you are doing and what you have been doing lately. Use appeals, words like "you know, imagine." And at the end of the end: "With love, Annie" or "With respect, Anna." "I would be grateful for your prompt reply" ("I will look forward to hearing an answer!"). Here))
It is necessary to tell about yourself in the letter.