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How to Write an Invitation. An invitation is a form of a friendly letter. So We will learn how to write a friendly letter . A friendly letter has five parts. A friendly letter has five parts. The Heading. A friendly letter has five parts. The Heading The Greeting.

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An invitation is a form of a friendly letter.

So

We will learn how to write a friendly letter.

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A friendly letter has five parts.

  • The Heading
  • The Greeting
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A friendly letter has five parts.

  • The Heading
  • The Greeting
  • The Body
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A friendly letter has five parts.

  • The Heading
  • The Greeting
  • The Body
  • The Closing
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A friendly letter has five parts.

  • The Heading
  • The Greeting
  • The Body
  • The Closing
  • The Signature
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The Heading

  • The heading is also referred to as the inside address.
  • Line one contains the street address
  • Line two contains the city, state, and zip code
  • Line three is the current date
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1105 Owens Road

  • Marion, OH 43302
  • December 2, 2013

This is what the heading

looks like in your invitation.

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The Greeting

  • The greeting is where you address the person as “Dear _________,”
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1105 Owens Road

  • Marion, OH 43302
  • December 2, 2013

Dear Grandma,

This is what the greeting

looks like in your invitation..

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The Body

  • This is the “beef” of your invitation.
  • The body of the letter is the main text or message.
  • Each paragraph must be indented.
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1105 Owens Road

  • Marion, OH 43302
  • December 2, 2013

Dear Grandma,

I want to thank you for helping me with my English assignment by giving me information for my interview. I have taken the information and written an essay based on all you told me, and then our class compiled a book based on all the interviews we did.

We are having a Christmas Tea at school, and I would like to invite you to come as my guest. We will have cookies and punch, and I will share our book with you that day. I hope you will come.

These are the details:

Thursday, December 12

Pleasant Middle School Cafeteria

1:30-200

This is what the body looks

like in your invitation..

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The Closing

  • The closing is the “goodbye” of the letter.
  • Use words like
  • Sincerely,
  • Yours truly,
  • Love,
  • The closing must begin with a capital
  • and end with a comma.
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1105 Owens Road

  • Marion, OH 43302
  • December 2, 2013

Dear Grandma,

I want to thank you for helping me with my English assignment by giving me information for my interview. I have taken the information and written an essay based on all you told me, and then our class compiled a book based on all the interviews we did.

We are having a Christmas Tea at school, and I would like to invite you to come as my guest. We will have cookies and punch, and I will share our book with you that day. I hope you will come.

These are the details:

Thursday, December 12

Pleasant Middle School Cafeteria

1:30-200

Sincerely,

This is the closing.

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The Signature

  • The signature tells the reader who wrote the letter.
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1105 Owens Road

  • Marion, OH 43302
  • December 2, 2013

Dear Grandma,

I want to thank you for helping me with my English assignment by giving me information for my interview. I have taken the information and written an essay based on all you told me, and then our class compiled a book based on all the interviews we did.

We are having a Christmas Tea at school, and I would like to invite you to come as my guest. We will have cookies and punch, and I will share our book with you that day. I hope you will come.

These are the details:

Thursday, December 12

Pleasant Middle School Cafeteria

1:30-200

Fred

Sincerely,

This is the signature.

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Remember: Perfection!

  • Neatest handwriting
  • No spelling errors
  • No grammar errors
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