Friendly Letter Format

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Here is an example of a friendly letter format. Use it for your 1 page double-spaced, typed letter (minimum) for English class.

 

September 19, 1650

Rosebush Lane

Boston, Massachusetts Colony


Dear Anne,

The first paragraph usually contains some kind of greeting
as well as a reference to the receiver's last letter, telephone call, etc.

The next paragraph (or paragraphs) expresses the purpose of your letter. Your letter might be full of several paragraphs of the latest gossip or activities of your family and/or friends or the events of the past year. You might place an invitation for a visit here. You might thank the person for some gift, kind word, etc.

For the English 11 writing assignment, think of a creative way to explain the events of THE SCARLET LETTER, chapters 1-4, from the point of view of either Hester Prynne or Arthur Dimmesdale as per directions given in class. Make sure you include information about the inner struggle your character is going through. How do these struggles make the character feel?

The last paragraph sums up the topic of your letter and asks the reader to reply.

Sincerely,

Hester Prynne

[Sign your name underneath]

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