Personal Letter Format



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How do I write a personal letter to a friend?

A personal letter, also known as an informal letter, or informal composition, usually concerns personal matters and is shared between people that know each other well. It can even be handwritten or send via mail. However, nowadays personal email letters are all most common.

What makes an effective Personal letter?

  • Use action verbs to describe your accomplishments, skills, and strengths.
  • Use of the active voice indicates that you completed tasks and demonstrated desirable behaviors. 
  • The passive voice can indicate that events happened to you and tasks would have been completed whether you were there or not.
  • Follow-up suggestions.
  • Etc.

Personal Letter Format:

  • Greeting, Dear {{Name}}, 
  • Introduction;
  • Body of the letter;
  • Paragraph 1: Ask for the well-being of the person;
  • Paragraph 2: The main reason to write the letter;
  • Paragraph 3: Conclusion and end of the letter;
  • Yours sincerely.

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