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Example 1. A letter to friend inviting him/her to your birthday party. 

Examination Hall,

………………

………………

Dated: Oct. 30, 2014

My dear Manish/Manisha,

                  You will be happy to know that my parents allow me to celebrate my birthday party with my all friends at my home. My parents also wish to meet my friends. So there has been arranged a little tea party for them. I invite you with your family. I have invited my all friends on this occasion. I hope you must appear in my birthday party.

Pay my best compliment and respect to aunt and uncle and love to pinky.

Yours Sincerely

XYZ 

Example 2. Application to the principal for changing section,

To,

The Principal,

------------ (School Name)

------------- (Place Name),

Sub: Request for changing section,

Sir,

      Most Respectfully I beg to say that I am a student of class 7th A of your school. My brother also read in this school of 7th section C. My father is a poor man. He is not able to buy double sets of books.

So please change my section so that we could read together with one set of books. I shall be great thankful to you.     

Thanking  you,                                                                                          

Yours obediently                                                                                              

Manish Singh

Example 3.  Letter to friend telling him/her how you spent summer vacation.

Examination Hall,

………

………

Dated: Oct. 30, 2014

My dear Amit/Amrita,           

      I have received your lovely letter two days before. I knew about you by this letter. I am very happy here. In this summer Vacation I went to Agra with my family. It was my great experience. We saw here the beautiful Taj Mahal and also visited Agra city. The Taj Mahal is really a great historical monument. The people from whole world come here to see the beauty of Taj. We stay here for 5 days. Really, we are very happy and I missed you very much.

Pay my best complement to aunt and uncle. Love to younger.

Yours Sincerely

XYZ 

Example 4.   Letter to your brother advising him/her to take part in games.

Examination Hall

………………… (School Address) 

Dated:  Oct. 1,  2014.

My dear brother.

        I received your lovely letter just two days before. I am very well here and hope that you will be well with the grace of god. You did not mention about your health in the previous letter. But i find that you are neglecting games these days. You know better that the health is wealth and a healthy body can have a healthy mind. So you must take part in your school games and your daily routine games to keep you healthy. Playing is a good exercise and it always remember that a healthy man can achieve his all goals and desires.  

Please pay my best compliments to my dear respected mother and father and love to Sonam. Their love and affection will remain fresh in my mind forever.

Yours lovingly

XYZ 

Example 5.   Application to the principal for remission of fine. 

To, 

The Principal, 

.................. (School Name)

.................(Address) 

Dated: Oct. 1, 2014,

Subject: Regarding to remission of fine. 

Sir/Madam

            Most Respectfully I beg to say that I am a student of class VIII of your school. My father is a very poor man. He works at daily wages. His monthly income is very little to survive of family. My school fees is too much to pay for us. 

Therefore I request to you to remission of my fine to see my family income. If you do so I shall be great thankfull to you for ever.  

Thanking You

Yours Obediently

XYZ 

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1. How to format a letter in class 7?
Ans. To format a letter in class 7, you can follow the below steps: - Start with the sender's address on the top right corner. - Leave a line and write the date. - Leave another line and write the receiver's address on the left side. - Leave a line and write a salutation such as "Dear Sir/Madam" or "Dear [Name]." - Start the body of the letter with an introduction, followed by the main content. - End the letter with a closing like "Yours faithfully" or "Yours sincerely." - Finally, leave space for the sender's signature and print their name below it.
2. How to write a formal letter in class 7?
Ans. To write a formal letter in class 7, you can follow these guidelines: - Use a polite and respectful tone throughout the letter. - Clearly state the purpose of the letter in the opening paragraph. - Provide necessary details and information in the body of the letter. - Use proper grammar, punctuation, and spelling. - Maintain a professional format and structure. - Conclude the letter by expressing gratitude or requesting a response. - Proofread the letter before sending it.
3. What is the importance of writing letters in class 7?
Ans. Writing letters in class 7 is important for several reasons: - It helps improve communication skills. - It enhances vocabulary and language proficiency. - It develops the ability to express thoughts and ideas clearly. - It teaches proper formatting and structure in written communication. - It promotes critical thinking and organization of ideas. - It encourages creativity and imagination. - It prepares students for future professional and personal correspondence.
4. How to address an envelope for a letter in class 7?
Ans. To address an envelope for a letter in class 7, follow these steps: - Write the receiver's address in the center of the envelope. - Start with the name of the receiver. - Write the street address, followed by the city, state, and postal code. - Use proper spacing and alignment to ensure readability. - Write your own name and address as the sender on the top left corner of the envelope. - Affix the stamp on the top right corner of the envelope. - Make sure the envelope is sealed properly before sending it.
5. What are the different types of letters taught in class 7?
Ans. In class 7, students are typically taught the following types of letters: - Formal Letters: Used for official or business purposes, such as writing to authorities, companies, or organizations. - Informal Letters: Used for personal communication, such as writing to friends, family, or acquaintances. - Invitation Letters: Used to invite someone to an event, function, or gathering. - Thank You Letters: Used to express gratitude and appreciation towards someone. - Complaint Letters: Used to raise concerns or lodge complaints about a product, service, or situation. - Application Letters: Used to apply for a job, admission, or any other opportunity. - Inquiry Letters: Used to seek information or clarification on a particular topic or matter.
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