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Action Research
100
The person who composes the letter.
What is the writer?
100
Main message of the letter.
What is the body?
100

The farewell of the letter.

What is the Closing?

100

The address of the recipient of the letter.

What is the letter address?

100

The amount of white space between lines of text in a paragraph.

What is line spacing

200
Month, day, year.
What is the date?
200
A letter written from a person to a business
What is a personal business letter?
200

A letter that you write to someone you are close to.

What is an informal letter?

200
st. george's college. What is the mistake here?

no capitalization

200

How many words is the informal letter on the PET exam?

100 words

300
The greeting of the letter.
What is the salutation?
300
The term for stapling or clipping something to a memo.
What is an attachment?
300

The address of the sender of the letter.

What is a writers/return address?

300

Does an informal letter have the writer's address?

no

300

In a formal letter is it ok to sign with only your first name?

no. you write your full name

400

A colon or comma after the salutation 

What is punctuation?

400

A letter to a friend from a trip.

What is informal letter?

400

"I want to" in formal English

I would like to

400

Does a formal letter have more than one paragraph?

yes

400

Give an example of a  closing statement for a Formal Letter.

500

The heading at the top of a sheet of letter paper. It usually consists of a name and an address, and a logo or corporate design, and sometimes a background.

What is a letterhead?

500
A letter to get a scholarship or a job.

What is an application letter?

500

In a business letter, the spacing within the paragraphs is ______ spacing.

What is single spacing.

500

What are the parts of a Formal Letter?

Writers Address, Date, recipients address, greeting, body, closing, sign off


500

Give an example of how to make a request in a formal letter and an informal letter.

Ex: can you vs. may you; will you vs. would you
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