Mrs Wood/Mrs Jean Wood
[as form of address] Hello, Mrs Grant, how are you today?
Mr. a title used before the family name or full name of a man ( both married or unmarried) who has no other title, or when addressing a man who holds a particular official position:
Mr Jones/Mr David Jones
[as form of address] Good afternoon, Mr Dawson.
We're looking for a Mr (= a man called) George Smith.
It's an honour to have you here today, Mr President.
Ms. a title used before the family name or the full name of a woman, whether she is married or not:(It's normally used to avoid the confusion when adressing a female whether she is married on not)
Ms Hill/Ms Paula Hill
[as form of address] What can I do for you, Ms Wood?
Miss a title or form of address for a girl or a woman who has never been married:
Dr White will see you now, Miss Carter.
Miss Helena Lewis
Answer 2- yours (faithfully, *sincerely, *truly)
expressions written before one's signature at the end of a letter
ALso try! Respectfully yours
a very formal and polite way of ending a letter
hope this helps!
Pray for me Farhaj.
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