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  • Meaning of Formal Letter
  • Features of a Formal Letter

What is a Formal Letter?

A Formal letter is a letter written to somebody with whom the writer has no personal relationship. It is a business or an official letter. It is strictly impersonal.

The formal letter is not addressed to the name of a person but the title or designation of the person, e.g. the president, minister, the principal, the local government chairman, or the commissioner of police.

features of a formal letter jss3

Features of a Formal Letter:

The features of a formal letter are divided into the following parts:

 

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  1. ANSWERS TO THE EVALUATION QUESTION
    WRITE A LETTER TO THE CHAIRMAN OF YOUR LOCAL GOVERNMENT,COMPLAINING ABOUT THE LACK OF TRANSPORTATION IN YOUR AREA.
    Zarmangada,
    Off Rayfield Road,
    Dachom.
    Jos south,
    Plateau State.
    16th August,2022.

    Chairman,
    Kenke,
    Jos South,
    Plateau State.

    Dear Sir,

    COMPLAIN ABOUT LACK OF TRANSPORTATION

    I am writing this letter to complain about the lack of transportation in our area. Most of the members of the community murmur within them so I deemed it fit to complain.

    The lack of transportation in our area is nothing to write home and has made our community to be known as an underdeveloped one. It has also prevented the community members from carrying out trade comfortably (most people walk on long distances to the market everyday which is also not good for their health) and has prevented people from coming to settle there. Our community is blessed with a lot of resources which is meant to be for the benefits of the members but opposite is our case this caused by the lack of transportation.

    The provision of vehicle such as buses, cars, tricycles, taxis, etc. and also the repair of the road should be done. If this is can be taken into consideration and implemented then I see a bright future for the society because it will enhance trade, bringing of infrastructures like water, electricity, etc. It will also attract more settlers to the community and many other benefits.

    Sir, if you can look into this matter using your position it will be greatly appreciated and would also put smiles on the face of the community members.

    THANK YOU SIR Yours faithfully,

    Esther
    AREMU ESTHER

    Zarmangada road,

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