anonymous
  • anonymous
PLEASE HELP I WILL FAN AND MEDAL Which part can you omit if you are close friends with the letter's recipient? the closing the heading the salutation the body
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anonymous
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@Ddos_Dragon
anonymous
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@Tyler.Evan2
anonymous
  • anonymous
The salutation- Maybe, if you felt like you could spare a word or three and they would still know where it's coming from. the heading- Everyone likes subject matter on a letter, but it's probably not essential, especially when the other party was briefed on it previously. the closing- I seriously doubt anyone would not like this part of the letter, no matter what circumstances the letter comes by. the body- Would you leave out everything you were trying to tell your friend and just send a letter with a heading a closing and a salutation? that sounds rough to interpret. the Heading or the salutation are your best bets. if I had to pick one, I would go with the salutation.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Explain how to write a strong introduction. @logicwouldsay
anonymous
  • anonymous
That would probably depend on the subject matter, there are many different ways to write a letter on many different subjects.
anonymous
  • anonymous
A strong introduction of a friendly letter
anonymous
  • anonymous
@logicwouldsay
anonymous
  • anonymous
"Congratulations! your event was spectacular. The circus acts were absolutely wonderful. Maurice loved the booths, and all of the food was great. I know it wouldn't make as much money, but I know you could put on a great birthday party for my little Elisa's fifth. We can pay, of course, and I can offer my services putting up decorations and similar as well.."
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thank you

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