Formal Letter in English format with Example
Formal Letter in English format with Example:
A formal letter is written to the class teacher, principal, manager of a factory or company, officer of the police, municipality, government etc.
At the beginning of this letter also write your name, address and date of writing on the left side. Under it on the left hand side write their rank / post, name of the organisation and their address in full. Then clearly write the subject on which this letter is concerned, and if there is a reference, write the same
Begin the letter by writing ‘Dear Sir / Madam,’ ‘Respected Sir,’ as appropriate below it on the left hand side. A formal letter should be written clearly and concisely.
At the end of this letter, write a separate paragraph of one line like ‘Kindly consider my request and oblige’ or ‘Thanking you’ or ‘Please let me know if our visit would be OK’ as appropriate, then finally on the left hand side below ‘Yours truly, Yours faithfully’ ” or “Your obedient student,’ should be written. Then you should sign yourself under it. Correct use of grammar in letter.
Format of Formal Letter:
Name of sender,
Sub:………………………………..Write a Subject
Respected sir, (salutation).
self introduction and introduction of the subject in short………….
Write main body of letter……………
Conclude your letter…….
Name of the Sender.
Example of Formal letter
Sal Kripa Chan Dist Studhudurg
1st September 2020
Hon Shri K. P Pawar (MLA
Shivpur – 416 519.
Subject: Recommendation for Bravery Award (for Rohan Gayas).
This in to bring to your attention the fact that Rohan Gavas, a resident of this to has recently performed a feat exceptional for its bravery and selflessness. The Incident was recently featured to the local newspaper. I am enclosing a news clipping with the letter
On 29th August 2020, at about 9 a.m. Reena Yaday, the four-year-old daughter of co local grocer, accidentally fell into a well near her house. There were screams all around and a lot of confusion. No one dared to do anything to save the girl. Precious minutes were slipping away
Then twelve-year-old Rohan Gavas happened to pass by He is the son of Shivram, the local grocer. He rushed through the crowd and without feeding warnings or caring for personal safety Jumped into the well. He caught the girl by her shoulders and kept be head above water until a rope was thrown in. Then with the girl on his back, he came out of the well.
The entire village was witness to this act of bravery and we feel that Rohan deserves special Award for Bravery. If possible, at the hands of the Chief Minister of our State Many of us, whose signatures I have enclosed, were eye-witnesses to this selfless ac of daring Kindly consider our fervent request.