format of formal letter
ADDRESS OF D RECEIVER
START D LETTER
THANKIN YOU OR NYTINN ELSE..
address of the writer...
address of receive in 2 lines
its given in the site itself. check it out in the english section then select comprension and writting skills. its given there.
if u r confused then here is the URL.
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thanks for the information but i beg to differ. The letter writing format that you have given is obsolete as far as i know and i have been teaching English for 12 years. The current format requires all the info to be put on the left side. we are in the IT age and English, being a dynamic language, has changed too. The sender 's address, date, receiver 's address, subject, salutation and signing off....everything is to be placed on the left side..to the best of my knowledge.