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  1. wateverblahblah
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    format for letter writing

    formal letters sent via mail do not have to put address on top right?
    if unsure who the addressee is how do we address the person ?

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    Re: format for letter writing

    Quote Originally Posted by wateverblahblah View Post
    formal letters sent via mail do not have to put address on top right?
    Formal letters must have your address on the top right. You can also put your telephone number and the date of the letter just under your address. I also put my email address under that too.

    Quote Originally Posted by wateverblahblah View Post
    formal if unsure who the addressee is how do we address the person ?
    Dear Sir/Madam,

    Not a teacher.


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