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What should be the first line of a formal letter?
The aim of your letter should be indicated in the opening sentence of a formal letter. Below are some examples of how to begin a letter.
How do you start a formal letter?
- Most formal letters begin with ‘dear’ before the name of the person that you are writing to.
- Either ‘Dear Ms Brown’ or ‘Dear Brian Smith’.
- You can use either first name or surname.
- ‘Dear Sir/Madam,’
- Remember to add the last letter of the word.
Although most of our written communication is by email, text message or social media, there are still many other reasons that you might need to write a formal letter.
What do you say in the opening of a formal letter?
The formal greeting in a business letter is the salutation. It begins with the person’s name. If you know the person’s title, you should include it.
What to say at the beginning of a letter?
A salutation is a greeting at the beginning of a letter. Say Hi or Hello if the letter is more casual. If it is formal, try Dear, Greetings, or Good morning/afternoon/evening.