Writing to Correspond
Students will learn to write a variety of different types of letters, including business letters, thank-you notes, invitations, and fan letters, in this clear and easy to follow book. The interesting sample letters include a letter from Vincent Van Gogh to his brother and a letter from a young John F. Kennedy to his father.
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admire announcement appreciated architect Brady business style called capital letter Catalog City clear and easy closing Coal colon comma correspond with someone Date Dear decoder describe draft e-mail address easy to understand editor ends envelope event example facts fan letter favorite Fifth Street Flyer gift give Granger Hawthorne heading inside address invitations item number Jack Jean Austin Kennedy Lincoln Love magazine Mail masthead Miners newspaper opinions paper party peanut butter personal greeting personal letter phone number photograph poster President punctuation return address right side RSVP Sally Salton salutation Saturday sentence shelter shoelaces Sincerely soon as possible Sunville sure tell thank a friend thank-you note town Uncle upper left corner upper right corner Vincent want to say word write business letters write letters Write your return Writing a Thank-You wrote yummy Zip Code Date