Every day we receive and send hundreds of official letters. Most of them have already moved into digital space, and postmen with paper envelopes are a thing of the past, but no one has canceled the rules of writing a formal letter. Here are some of them.
Your formal letter should be formal. It should not contain friendly messages, slang, emotions and lyrical digressions. The task of the sender is to convey the essence in a few lines and to show respect to the recipient.
Official letter format implies a clear structure. As a rule, this document begins with an appeal to the recipient, then the sender can briefly return to previous events, and then report on the results or intentions.
The final part includes a polite farewell, expresses hope for an early meeting or mutually beneficial cooperation, and the like.