anonymous
  • anonymous
Business and application letters are to be A. formal and impersonal. B. formal and personal. C. informal and personal. D. informal and impersonal.
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katieb
  • katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Hello again! A. formal and impersonal
anonymous
  • anonymous
A personal letter is written for exchanging personal or family affairs with family members, relatives, friends, lovers, teachers, students etc
anonymous
  • anonymous
see i'm confused now @SayHey2012 lol because @paki said it was B :(

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anonymous
  • anonymous
i'm new to this site if there is a way that you could explain it to me maybe that'll help plz
paki
  • paki
@thuggmyssess please have a look here.... it's actually formal.... http://prntscr.com/8ghrag
anonymous
  • anonymous
Maybe @paki read your choices wrong? I read his answer in which he only said that a business "letter=formal". Here's how i'll explain it: Whats up boss, Heyy man it's me Latrice U ready 4 my presentation at 2 after lunch? I dont know if its my best work but yeahhh... if so hmu!! Hope the ppl like it today! Or would you write your boss Dear "Boss", I am writing to tell you my presentation is ready for 2:00PM today. I am looking forward to presenting at the conference today. Sincerely, Latrice The first letter is a personal and informal email/letter. This is the way you would address your friends or someone you're incredibly close to. It shows your real emotions, incorrect grammar, punctuation, abbreviations styled through text, and no signature. The second letter will be the one you would send your boss. It's impersonal- you are writing without specifications on how you feel towards them or the subject at hand. You are strict to the point. It's formal because you include the greeting "Dear Boss" and correct punctuation. You also have correct diction (word choice), ie; no text talk or abbreviations. At the end you also include a signature to end your letter "Sincerely, Latirce". So which letter/email would you feel more comfortable on sending your boss? Hope this helped you hun!
anonymous
  • anonymous
@paki stop confusing her. There are two parts in each answer "Formal and impersonal" is the correct answer. The answer is not just Formal.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you!
anonymous
  • anonymous
You're welcome hun!
anonymous
  • anonymous
i havr another question @SayHey2012
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following words may not be capitalized? A. Winter B. I C. Dakota D. September
anonymous
  • anonymous
I was going to go with A
anonymous
  • anonymous
Correct! It's winter!
anonymous
  • anonymous
@SayHey2012 thank you!
anonymous
  • anonymous
@SayHey2012 you were rite about both answers thank u sweety
anonymous
  • anonymous
You're very welcome hun!

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