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Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Format Formal Letter

ICSE English Letter: Formal Letter Format
House Name .No
Street Name /No
7 February, 2010.
Joy Villa
Park Street
Ariosto Nagar
7 February, 2010.]
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Sir, or Madam,

Content of the letter in a formal /Official style.

Yours faithfully,
Full Name
( Always sign an Official/a Formal Letter Letter;write your full name with initials or surname; e.g John Smith or John.S.)
You can also write Yours truly,
Remember the comma and do not forget the signature.

Letter Format
There is no New Format or Old Format. There are only three formats: Intended Format, Block Format, and entirely on the Left Side Format. Always use any one Format.
All the 'Anonymous' , please, do not confuse or mislead the children with your ignorance or misinformation.


  1. i am very sorry to say that this format of the formal letter is an outdated one . now-a-days , this format don't work. new pattern has to be published as soon as possible coz this may confuse the 10std students and may mislead them due to which they may loose their marks . otherwise i am really very grateful to you , Sir bcoz of your efforts on this blog , we have been able to revise all that we have practised . so thanks a lot .

  2. Thank you so much...... this has helped me a lot

  3. exactly that is what even i wanted to mention... pattern is a different one.. everything on the left margin

  4. The pattern given is as per the ICSE Pattern and that is the final say.