Formal Letter Writing Exercise
How to complete the exercise formal letter writing
Below there are 13 questions about writing letters. Read each question and Circle the correct answer (true / false)
Exercise 13 questions on formal letter writing
1. Is using the words 'sincerely yours' more common in American English than in British English. True / False
2. Is using the word 'truly' more common in American English than in British English. True / False
3. You put the address of the person you are writing to in the top right- hand corner of the letter. True / False
4. If you don’t know the person’s name, sign off with Yours faithfully. True / False
5. It is correct to finish the letter with I look forward to hear from you. True / False
6. 4/8/13 is the correct way to write the date. True / False
7. is it best to print your name above your signature. True / False
8. In the first paragraph you should write a few polite lines to express your admiration of the person you are writing to. True / False
9. The first paragraph should simply contain the reason for your letter. True / False
10. The last paragraph should state what action you expect the person to take. True / False
11. You should use per pro or pp if you are signing a letter for someone else. True / False
12. Dear Mr Michael Brown is this the correct way to start a letter. True / False
13.do the letters cc stands for carbon copy True / False
The questions you have answered false
The questions that you have answered false write down on some paper the reason why they are false and the correct way.
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