Integrated English Writing. Attendance Please raise your hand and say “HERE!”. Find the 10 writing errors with your partner To: email@example.com From: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Hotel Reservation Dear Hilton hotel
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Task: Write an informal email to a friend
Two emails and one letter
Which example is the most informal?
Which example is the most formal?
Underline examples of informal language in emails #1 and #3? Look for two examples of:
▶ contractions (e.g. I’ve been trying to…)
▶ abbreviations (e.g. Only real prob was…)
▶ellipsis (e.g. (I) Had a great time in Turkey.)
▶colloquial expressions (e.g. hang out with his mates)
▶acronyms (e.g. BTW)
the language of informal emails
Hi,* REMEMBER to write a comma after the salutation!
▶ Starting an informal email
(It’s) Great to hear from you!
Thanks for your email!
See you soon!
Look forward to seeing you!
Hope to see you soon!
Let’s stay in touch!
Your friend, * REMEMBER to write a comma after the closing!
In your notebook, rewrite the two short emails on page 16 using informal language.
Finish writing your email. Then, type your
email, print it, and bring it to class in two
Have an AWESOME holiday weekend!
See you on Monday, October 10!