A handbook for Letter Writing


  • Type: Book
  • Genre: English Learning Books
  • Author: S C Gupta
  • Publisher: Arihant Publication
  • ISBN: N/A
  • Book Edition: Softcover
  • Language: Bengali

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What are the types of letter writing?

There are several types of letter writing, each with its own purpose and format. Here are some common types of letters:

  1. Personal letters: These are letters written between friends, family members, or acquaintances. They are usually informal and can cover a variety of topics, such as updates on one’s life, invitations, congratulations, condolences, and thank you notes.
  2. Formal letters: These are letters that follow a set structure and are used in professional or business settings. Examples include letters of complaint, job applications, cover letters, resignation letters, and business proposals.
  3. Academic letters: These are letters written in an academic setting, such as recommendation letters, application letters for admission to a school or program, and letters of inquiry or appeal.
  4. Social letters: These are letters that are sent to organizations or public officials, such as letters to the editor, letters of recommendation for someone seeking public office, or letters to elected officials expressing opinions or advocating for a cause.
  5. Business letters: These are letters related to business matters, such as letters of introduction, sales letters, and letters of agreement or contract.
  6. Love letters: These are personal letters expressing romantic feelings, typically between two people in a romantic relationship.
  7. Cover letters: These are letters sent along with a resume or job application to introduce oneself and express interest in a job position.

Each of these types of letters has its own specific format, tone, and purpose. It’s important to know the differences and write accordingly.