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    minud is offline Newbie
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    Thumbs down Bussines/official Letters

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    How its start with salutation to End of Business Letter and which is short and sweet style of the age...

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    Default Re: Bussines/official Letters

    Here's a website which gives samples of business letters:

    Google Image Result for http://www.business-letter.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/business-letter-template.gif

    Click on each letter to enlarge it.

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    Hi minud,

    I don't quite understand what you are trying to ask, but perhaps this will help you.

    When writing an official letter to a person whose name you do not know, your salutation should be: Dear Sir/Madam.

    When writing an official letter to a person whose name you do know, your salutation should be: Dear Mr. X. You should replace "X" with the person's surname, and "Mr." with their correct title - which may be Mr, Mrs, Miss, Ms, Dr and so on.

    When writing an official letter to a person whose name you do not know, your valediction (how you end the letter) should be: Yours faithfully, followed by your name on the next line.

    When writing an official letter to a person whose name you do know, your valediction (how you end the letter) should be: Yours sincerely, followed by your name on the next line.

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    Thanks David.
    But in inquiry to some lawful matter how we are discribed?
    Any short sentenses we can used?
    Hope to hear soon.

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    Default Re: Bussines/official Letters

    Quote Originally Posted by minud View Post
    But in inquiry to some lawful matter how we are discribed?
    Any short sentenses we can used?
    Can you ask this question another way? I cannot understand what you are asking.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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