ICSE ENGLISH

ICSE English Letter: Personal Letter Format

Posted on: February 7, 2010

House Name .No
Street Name /No
Locality
Place

7 February, 2010.
[e.g.:
Joy Villa
Park Street
Ariosto Nagar
Hyderabad
7 February, 2010.]

Dear Father,
Dear Mother,
Dear Sister,
Dear Brother,
Dear Uncle John,
Dear Uncle Mary,

Dear Rajni, (for a friend)

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Yours lovingly,
or
Your loving son,
Your loving brother,
Your loving nephew/niece,
Your loving friend,
(Write which is appropriate vis a vis to whom the letter is written to)
Short Name/Pet Name
( Do not sign a personal Letter.Do not write your full name, or initials or surname; only write either your short name or your pet name. e.g.: John not John Smith or John.S.)
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3 Responses to "ICSE English Letter: Personal Letter Format"

This is the traditional format which I recommend.

It’s nice. But I have a doubt if the address needs to be written on the left hand side.

Dear Swamynathan,
the address will be written in the left side only in the BOX Format or the Modern Format.
I have given the traditional format. Better to follow the traditional format which we are used to.
Caution: Always follow any one, either the traditional or the modern, format. Never mix the formats and land in trouble.

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