anonymous
  • anonymous
Informal and formal words, is there any rule in using them? Like we can't use informal words in letter or wat...?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
There are guidelines, rather than "rules." Basically, you should always consider the writing context -- who you're writing for, with what purpose, and in what form -- when deciding what level of diction to use.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Always ask the teacher questions if you do not understand what the teacher is looking for. Informal words could mean: "Don't use slang" and "Don't use contractions."

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