How to Write an Informal Letter in SBI PO Mains Exam

How to Write an Informal Letter in SBI PO Mains Exam

  • SBI PO Mains Exam will be conducted this weekend. One of the Most Important Part Of the Mains Exam, is the Descriptive Test.
  • Descriptive Test Will Comprise of Essay and Letter Writing. We will be doing a Series of Article on How to Write the Answers in the Descriptive Test of SBI PO mains.
  • Lets Get Started. Here we will be sharing insights about How to How to Write an Informal Letter in SBI PO Mains Exam

We have also covered, How to Write a Formal Letter in SBI PO Mains Exam.Click here to Read that article.

What is an Informal Letter?

Informal letter is one of the easiest types of letter format. It is that letter which is written when you address someone in a personal fashion. You write them not only to your relatives or friends, but also to anyone with whom you have a non-professional relationship.

In general, any informal letter is written for one of the following purposes:

  • Congratulating Someone.
  • Saying Thankyou.
  • Accepting any Invitation.

In general, any informal letter is written to:

  • Your Relative.
  • Your Friend.
  • Your Neighbour.

How to Write an Informal Letter in SBI PO Mains Exam

  • Write your address and today’s date at the top of the page (Left or right both are acceptable).
  • Write out the full date in any Standard Format 26 July 2016 or July 26, 2016.
  • Write the name and address of the recipient.
  • Write the salutation and greet the recipient with “Dear” followed by their “name”.
  • Write the body of the letter.
  • Remember to Keep the letter open with a clear statement of purpose.
  • Use a complimentary close like
    • Best wishes,
    • Best,
    • Kindly,
    • Kind regards,
    • Best regards,
    • Lots of love,
    • Love,

Important Points to Remember while writing Formal Letter in SBI PO Mains Exam

  • The contents of your letter should be written in a personal and friendly tone.
  • Informal language does not mean that you can relax and write like what you would do while texting a friend.
  • Always Remember that this is an English test and your grammar and spelling will have to be correct.
  • You can use contractions (haven’t, aren’t etc.) but avoid using abbreviations like ‘luv’ or ‘bcuz’. Also, don’t use acronyms like ‘LOL’ or ‘OMG’.
  • Phrase the questions informally (like Do you want to…?).
  • Proofread the letter for spelling and grammar when finished.

So students now you are aware of SBI PO Formal Letter Writing Pattern. So why wait; Start your preparation for SBI PO Descriptive Paper right today. Further on our part we will be assisting you by sample topics with their answers too.

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