Decades ago, people were always sending letter to express their appreciations, affections, and concerns. Today, that art has been reduced a bit, but students should still be aware of the difference between friendly letters and business letters. These communication forms have different purposes and intended audiences. Clearly, today’s writers might choose to send these communication types via email, but they should still reflect communication that matches the desired recipient and purpose. This on-demand practice prompts allow students to reflect on the varying parts of a friendly letter, while practicing effective writing skills.
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