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Parts of a friendly letter
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Request for action
Write the full date
In business, we write dear.
For friends and family, we write Hi
A sentence that says why you are writing.
We can use- I am writing to
- I want to
We write the details here. It should be 3-4 sentences long.
Request for Action
You tell the reader what you want them to do. E.G. Please call..... or Please contact...
For Business, we say Sincerely
For Friends and Family, we say love, best wishes, or yours truly
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