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An Approach to ICSE English provides a platform to contribute, discuss and comment on the various issues related to the study and practice of English for the students and teachers of ICSE syllabus. Even with its focussed nature, An Approach to ICSE English will be beneficial to everyone involved in the learning of the niceties of the English language.

Showing posts with label Format of an Email. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Format of an Email. Show all posts

Saturday, 19 August 2017

Format of an Email

Format of an Email

To:          Use a complete probable email id
                              (For example,
Subject:                 (The subject should be suitable to the given topic)
                            Opening sentence
Content               Message                                                                                                                                        Closing sentence
Subscription    Full Name/Designation                                                                   

When writing an Official Email, the following points should be noted.
@    Use a formal tone or style
@    Convey the message in clear and simple language
@    Avoid short forms such as LOL/ ROFL or SMS vocabulary and spelling like u r gr8
@    Follow the conventional rules of punctuation
@    Use Capital Letters carefully
(In general,  in an email, writing a word all in Capital Letters is considered rude)
@    Observe Netiquette

Netiquette is a term used to indicate Internet etiquette, courtesy and consideration for others using shared services, mailing lists, and so on.

Specimen of an email
Inter-School discussion

To focus on the need to end child labour, and to improve the life and health of the unfortunate children forced to child labour, we are conducting an Inter-School discussion on the topic “Child Labour in India: Issues and Concerns” on 10 August 2018 from 10.a.m. to 12.30.p.m. at The Congruence, our School auditorium.
Kindly, send the name of the students interested to participate in the discussion.

Yours faithfully,
Debate and Discussion Club
Harmony School
Note: If you have to send the same email to different persons.,then enter their email addresses  separated by a semicolon.;;