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Write an Email Writing to Your Teacher

Students will learn to write an email writing to your teacher. They will also learn about the various types of emails. For other formal letters you can find information on formal letter and the format related to draft a letter.

I. What Is an Email?

An email is a way of sending messages from one person to another through the use of a computer and the internet. Electronic mail helps us to exchange messages between people with the help of electronic devices.

write an email writing to your teacher.
  1. Types of Email
  2. There are mainly two types of email: Formal Email and Informal Email. What is formal email writing? A formal letter is usually written to teachers, principals, colleagues, seniors, etc. and not to friends or family members. What is informal email writing? An Informal letter is one that is written to friends or family members. Personal and casual language is used while writing an informal letter.

  3. Email Writing Format
  4.  Email Format Sample

    To

    Here, you have to write about the name of the person to whom the mail is sent.

    Cc/Bcc

    CC or BCC is mostly used in formal letters. This is used when the sender wants to send one copy of the email to others.

    Subject

    A subject is all about why the letter is written.

    Salutation

    The salutation in a formal email is mostly ‘Respected Sir/Madam’, ‘To Whom it May Concern’ etc. If you are writing to a colleague or a department in the office, write ‘Hi Team’ as the salutation. You can also use ‘Dear Ravi’ if you are writing to a colleague.

    Body

    Start with the introduction of the letter. Here, the receiver will understand why the mail is written. This part is where you can add text, but it should be short and to the point. The body of the email will be different depending on what the topic is about.

    Conclusion

    The conclusion is the last message you write in the body part of the email.

    Signature

    This involves the name of the sender. You can use some salutations in the signature such as ‘Regards’, ‘Best regards’, ‘Yours loving’, and ‘Yours sincerely.

  5. People You Write Formal Letters To
  6. A formal letter is usually written in a formal language and follows a certain format. Formal letters are written for official reasons to teachers, colleagues, etc. and not to friends or family.

    Next, you will learn how to write a formal letter in English

    Sample:

    Subject: Meet the new teacher Hi Students, This is to introduce you to Mr. Suresh Kumar, who is going to be your new science teacher today. He will provide all kinds of support and assistance to his students. Everybody, feel free to meet him in person and welcome him to your class. Best regards, Shilpi Arora

II. Sequencing

Question:

How Is Sequencing Used To Write an Email?

Answer:

Sequencing is used to write the email in a proper sequence. It helps us to find out which part comes in the beginning, middle, and end.

Example:

Subject: Request for leave Greetings: Hi, Ma’am, Introduction: This is to inform you that I will not be able to come to school from 9th to 12th October as I will be out of town to attend my uncle’s wedding.

III. Vocabulary

Question:

How Are New Words Used To Write an Email to the Teacher?

Example:

Regards’, ‘Best regards’, ‘Yours loving’, and ‘Yours sincerely’.

IV. Punctuation

Question:

How Is Comma Used in Writing an Email to a Teacher?

Answer:

A comma is always used after certain words in an email. It is also used after the salutation at the beginning of the email and after the signature of the email.

Example:

  1. However,I will try my best to join the school as soon as possible.
  2. Hi Ma’am,

V. Try It Yourself

Write an email to your teacher asking for a half day.

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