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Unformatted text preview: Presentation by Barbara Cloninger-June, 2004 Quiz by Vanda Sue Bell-September, 2005 We write friendly letters to people we know well. We might write a friendly letter to our parents, grandparents, or our friends. 311 East Duke Street Stanley, N.C. 28164 August 15, 2004 Dear Phil, How has your summer been? Not too hot I hope. Did you get to visit your grandparents? Did you go on your trip to Toronto as you had hoped? They say Toronto is a beautiful city. This is my second season at Camp Bellaire. I just passed my swimming test. Now I can swim out to the raft and also use the boats. To pass I had to jump into the water with my clothes on (as if I had just fallen out of a boat). Then I had to take them off down to my trunks, even my shoes and socks, and finally swim back to shore. It was tough, but I did it! Im looking forward to seeing you soon. There is lots of news to catch up on! body Your friend, Mike W ha t a re the pa r ts o f a fr iend ly le te r? head ing g re t ing bod y c lo s ing s igna tu re heading 311 East Duke Street Stanley, N.C. 28164 August 15, 2004 The first part of a friendly letter is called the heading . The heading includes the writers address and the date. The heading is written in the upper right-hand corner of the page. heading 311 East Duke Street Stanley, N.C. 28164 August 15, 2004 greeting Dear Phil, The second part of the friendly letter is the greeting . It is written under the heading at the left margin. It begins with a capital letter and ends with a comma. What do you want to say to the person you are writing to? We put what we want to say in the body of the letter. The body of the letter is in paragraph form. The first line of each paragraph is indented. How has your summer been? Not too hot I hope. Did you get to visit your grandparents? Did you go on your trip to Toronto as you had hoped? They say Toronto is a beautiful city. heading 311 East Duke Street Stanley, N.C. 28164 August 15, 2004 greeting Dear Phil, How has your summer been? Not too hot I hope. Did you get to visit your grandparents? Did you go on your trip to Toronto as you had hoped? They say Toronto is a beautiful city?...
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This note was uploaded on 11/25/2010 for the course BUSINESS BU111 taught by Professor Yost during the Fall '10 term at Wilfred Laurier University .

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