ICSE ENGLISH

ICSE English Letter: Formal Letter Format

Posted on: February 8, 2010

ICSE English Letter: Formal Letter Format
House Name .No
Street Name /No
Locality
Place
7 February, 2010.
[e.g.:
Joy Villa
Park Street
Ariosto Nagar
Hyderabad
7 February, 2010.]
The Editor
Approach to ICSE English
Shakespeare Avenue
Hyderabad
Sir, or Madam,
AIELOGONEWAIELOGONEW

Content of the letter in a formal /Official style

Yours faithfully,
Signature
Full Name
( Always sign an Official/a Formal Letter Letter;write your full name with initials or surname; e.g John Smith or John.S.)
You can also write Yours sincerely, or Yours truly,
Remember the comma and do not forget the signature.
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3 Responses to "ICSE English Letter: Formal Letter Format"

Box type format is also accepted in both formal and informal letters. I opt and recommend the traditional format. Alert:One of the common mistakes committed is to mix both the format in one letter and the result is disastrous. Always practise one format and stick to it.

Please can you also put in the box format?

Could you please specify where there should be a space? Also, could you specify where the subject should be written?

Thank you.

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