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Friendly Letter Notes. Parts of a Friendly Letter. Heading Your complete address and date. Parts of a Friendly Letter. Salutation This polite greeting begins two lines below the heading. It starts

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parts of a friendly letter
Parts of a Friendly Letter

Heading Your complete address and date.

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Parts of a Friendly Letter

SalutationThis polite greeting begins two

lines below the heading. It starts

with Dear and ends with a comma

parts of a friendly letter2
Parts of a Friendly Letter

Body The main part of your letter. The

body identifies the writer and the

reason for writing.

parts of a friendly letter3
Parts of a Friendly Letter

Closing The closing politely says good-

bye and is followed by a comma.

Common closings include:

-Sincerely,

-Your friend,

-Regards,

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Parts of a Friendly Letter

Signature Sign your name below the closing.

P.S. A postscript gives an optional

afterthought.

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Summary
  • Finish this thought in a paragraph.
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