Letter Writing (Informal) 01
A letter to a friend is known as an informal letter.

Letter Writing (Informal) 01

In English, informal letters are much more 'laid back', but there are still one or two things you should remember. Learn how to write letters to friends, relatives and people you know!

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  1. A letter to a friend is known as .......
    Informal letters use informal tones and frameworks
  2. The first item given at the top right of the page is .......
    Your friend will be able to see who is writing at a glance
  3. You greet your friend as .......
    'Dear John'/ 'Dear Jane'
  4. The information in your letter then follows as .......
    Always separate information into paragraphs
  5. You begin a new paragraph .......
    A new paragraph = a new idea
  6. The first sentence of a paragraph is called .......
    The topic sentence states the subject of the paragraph
  7. When writing an informal letter you might begin .......
    Ask how your friend is before telling your own news
  8. When writing an informal letter include .......
    You do not need to include these other suggestions!
  9. In an informal letter your concluding paragraph says .......
    It is your friend's turn to write you a letter now!
  10. You close the informal letter with .......
    Use a suitable informal ending then write your name

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