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Letter Writing Tips
22 Important Advices
to Letter Writers


Letter of Advice to a Client/Friend

1. Do not open and read a person's letter unless you are reqiested or authorised to do so.

2. When you receive another man's letter, do not delay to deliver it.

3. When posting a letter to anybody, afix the correct value of stamp in order to avoid taxing the one.

4. Do not write any letter or documents with red ink unless if necessary, you are reporting of death or cautioning of 'danger'.

5. You should cover any letter with an envelope.

6. If a person writes you a confidential letter, do not disclose the contents of the letter to somebody.

7. Avoid repeattaion, wrong spelling, foolish ideas, impossible promises, lies and the usage of words you cannot define their meanings.

8. When you receive a letter of your own, do not delay un-necessarily in replying.

9. When you write twice to someone and he fails to reply the letters, write him the third one under a registered cover, if he persists not toanswer at all never write him again.

10. You should never write a letter with a dirty paper.

11. You must not write an important letter and post it with an open envelope.

12. When you receive a letter, do not open the envelope carelessly, otherwise you tear off some part of the letter.

13. After reading your letter, do not burn or tear it into pieces, you must file it.

14. When you receive someone's letter do not remove the stamp on it before you give him letter. If you are a stamp collector, you must seek the permission of someone who owns the letter before removing the stamp on the letter. It is very bad if not a criminal offence to remove the stamp on a letter without the permission of the addressee.

15. Do not write letters to someone frequently, but you can reply frequent letters written to you.

16. Do not post your letter with stamps which had been used before.

17. Never turn down the 'head' of your stamp when posting a letter or letters.

18. It is better to afix your stamp on the front of the envelope than on its back.

19. Write the name and address of the Addressee clearly on the envelope to speed up the mail.

20. It is necessary to write sender's name and address on the back of the envelope inorder to enable the Post Office return your letter if it happens to be undelivered.

21. You must not write your letter with pencil.

22 In case of aggreement,you must ask those concerned to sign their names or signatures on the stamp.

Please never fail to observe the above rules. They are simple but very important.

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  Common Errors in English Language 1
  22 Important Letter Writing Tips 2
  What are the parts of speech 3
  Other words for group transition words or Phrases 4
 How to have fierce conversations and mormon discussions 5
 About Greetings 6
 General Don't 7
 Good Table Manners - Don't About Meals 8
 Exam Passing and Tips for Interviews 9
 How to Study Effectively 10
 How to speak good English 11
 The Best Time To Study 12
 Why Some Peopl Fail An Exam 13
 How To Write Composition 14
 Scouting and Guiding for Boys and Girls 15
 What is letter writing? 16
 Ho to write important Letters 17
 How to write Applications 18
 How to write Agreements 19
 Examples on friendly letter writing 20
 The notice letters 21
 Examples on how to write Agreements 22
 About business letters for Traders 23
 Example on how to write Applications 24
 How to write Love Letters 25
 Salutations and Conclusions in letter writing 26

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