How to write an informal letter
Email Format An informal letter is perhaps the most common of letters.
It is any letter that is written to a friend, a member of the family, a close relative or to any person who is extremely close to you or well acquainted with you. Dear Ma, How are you?
Has he tripped and broken his leg yet again? I can just imagine poor clumsy Ben falling and crying his eyes out. The poor lad does need to be more careful in his wandering.
The academic requirements keep me so busy! I hardly have time to miss you.
How to write informal letters or emails Salutation or Greeting Start with Dear followed by the first name of the person to whom you are writing. Unformal Ma, How are you? In many exam questions, you will be told what to include in your reply. The poor lad does need to be more careful in his wandering. To introduce surprising or bad news:
Though, sometimes, I do miss eating with you people very much. Who knows, I might even major in it! I miss you guys a lot and I cannot wait to see you.
- I miss you guys a lot and I cannot wait to see you.
- Perhaps we could email each other.