Those letters are called formal letters since they are used within a professional organization and can only be accepted if it is formally written. A formal letter follows a correct format that is used in every business application. This format is the standard in writing a formal letter.
Writing formal Letters
Formal letters have six parts:
1. The Sender's Address: The heading can include your address and the date.
2. The receiver's address: The address of the receiver
3. The Salutation (greeting): This usually begins with Dear_________. The blank is for the name of the person or Mr/Mme if you don't you are writing. After you write the person's name/Sir/Mme you put a comma ( , ) .
4. The Body: The body of the letter is the information you are writing in your letter.
5. The Complementary Close: In the closing the first word is capitalized and you put a comma after the last word.
6. Your Signature: This is your name. It goes under the closing
Some examples of closings are: