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LETTERS/EMAILS STYLES:InformalSemi-formalFormal Informal styleColloquial (spoken) and idiomatic EnglishPersonal tone/direct addressLess frequent use of the passive voiceLess complex grammatical Semi-formal styleThe happy medium between informal and formal registerUsually it is someone we do not know Formal styleSophisticated vocabulary (splendid, dubious, formidable, miscellaneous) Impersonal toneMore frequent use of passive voice (something should Reasons For WritingGiving informationRequesting informationMaking complaintsMaking correctionsAsking for permissionGiving adviceEnquiry letterEtc. Layout (Structure)Greeting Opening remarksBody paragraphsClosing remarksEnding Greeting/EndingInformal/Semi-formal style   Dear _name_ 	Best wishes; Kind/best regards; Love; YoursFormal Dear Mrs Tompson Yours Understanding the Rubric (Questions to ask)What do I have to write?Who is the target reader?Formal/informal?Reason(s) for

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LETTERS/EMAILS


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STYLES:

Informal
Semi-formal
Formal


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the passive voiceLess complex grammatical constructionsSimple linking devicesLess advanced vocabularyContructions

Informal style

Colloquial (spoken) and idiomatic English
Personal tone/direct address
Less frequent use of the passive voice
Less complex grammatical constructions
Simple linking devices
Less advanced vocabulary
Contructions


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someone we do not know very wellLong forms (I am, we will, this is)Colloquial vocabulary

Semi-formal style

The happy medium between informal and formal register
Usually it is someone we do not know very well
Long forms (I am, we will, this is)
Colloquial vocabulary (1-2 idioms, fixed expressions, phrasal verbs)
Both active and passive voice
Neutral tone - beginnings/endings (Dear Ms, Best wishes)


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of passive voice (something should be done, the contract was signed by Ms Jones)Complex grammatical

Formal style

Sophisticated vocabulary (splendid, dubious, formidable, miscellaneous)
Impersonal tone
More frequent use of passive voice (something should be done, the contract was signed by Ms Jones)
Complex grammatical constractions
Formal linking devices



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Reasons For Writing

Giving information
Requesting information
Making complaints
Making corrections
Asking for permission
Giving advice
Enquiry letter
Etc.


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Layout (Structure)

Greeting
Opening remarks
Body paragraphs
Closing remarks
Ending




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Love; YoursFormal Dear Mrs Tompson Yours sincerely (when we know the person who is going

Greeting/Ending

Informal/Semi-formal style
Dear _name_ Best wishes; Kind/best regards; Love; Yours
Formal
Dear Mrs Tompson
Yours sincerely (when we know the person who is going to receive a letter)
Dear Sir/Madam
Yours faithfully (when we do not know
who is the receiver of a letter)


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is the target reader?Formal/informal?Reason(s) for writing – what for? 	how many body paragraphs do I

Understanding the Rubric (Questions to ask)

What do I have to write?
Who is the target reader?
Formal/informal?
Reason(s) for writing – what for?
how many body paragraphs do I need?
How should I end a letter?


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