"Hari Raya Informal Letter" Essays and Research Papers

  • Hari Raya Informal Letter

    upcoming celebrations is Hari Raya Aidil Fitri (Puasa) or Eid ul-Fitr. Marks the end of Ramadhan, it is usually celebrated on 1st of Syawal according to Hijri (Islamic) calendar. Since Hijri is a lunar calendar, the date of Hari Raya Puasa is not fixed and always vary on Gregorian calendar. For Muslims in Malaysia, the fall of Hari Raya Puasa is determined by the the sign of new moon. Moon sighting is practiced on the last day of Ramadhan and the observance of Hari Raya Puasa would be announced via...

    Eid ul-Fitr, Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Islamic calendar 2286  Words | 6  Pages

  • Informal letter

    alluring interesting Formal letter Informal letter Report Article Review Leaflet Speech Possible styles you will be asked to write in A friend or relative has decided to become a teacher. Write a letter to him/her giving your opinions about this decision. [20] PURPOSE What is it for? AUDIENCE Who is it for? LANGUAGE What language will be used? LAYOUT How is it set out on the page? Informal A friend or relative has decided to become a teacher. Write a letter to him/her giving your opinions...

    Arithmetic mean, Average, Critical thinking 302  Words | 7  Pages

  • Informal Letter

    1. Address and date Some people may think the address is not important in an informal letter and prefer to leave it out. That works well if the person you are writing to knows your address already or if she has a good memory! However, it is very unlikely that someone will always remember your address, so it is always a good idea to include it. Remember, this is the address they have to write to for the letter to reach you. The recipient’s address is on the envelope. The address and date should...

    Alphabet, Colloquialism, Grammatical tense 907  Words | 3  Pages

  • Informal Letter

    you all dearly. I heard that you did not do well in your recent PMR Trial Examination. Mother phoned me a few days ago and told me about it. Father and mother are really worried about you spending too much time on the Internet. So, I am writing this letter to give you some tips on how to divide your time wisely.      First of all, young man, don't stay up late.Don't burn your midnight oil chatting on the Internet. Go to bed early. Our body needs at least 8 to 10 hours of sleep everyday.Enough sleep...

    Anxiety, Family, Mother 797  Words | 3  Pages

  • Writing and Informal Letter

    SUB:ENGLISH TOPIC: INFORMAL LETTER WRITINGIntroduction to Informal Letter Format * Informal letter may be written to your friends, parents, relatives and to anybody who are close to you. * This type of letter does not demand for any dashing words to impress the recipient. * Informal letter is written to communicate feelings, facts or desires to someone. * Mark social and religious occasions-birthday etc. * In order to assure that the recipient receives the message correctly...

    Orthography, Paragraph, Playground slide 961  Words | 3  Pages

  • Informal Letter Holiday In Malacca

    You have spent your school holiday in Malacca. Use the short note below, write a letter to your friend overseas about your holiday in Malacca.  Historical Site -visited A’Famosa -bought souvenirs Crocodile Farm -saw many species of crocodiles -watched crocodile-feeding session Mahkota Parade -large shopping complex -watched movie in cineplex A Famosa Water World -enjoyed water games When writing your letter :  -Use all the notes given  -Elaborate on the given notes to make it more interesting...

    A Famosa, Bukit Bintang, Crocodile 468  Words | 2  Pages

  • Writing an Informal Letter

    had been a very enjoyable day. How about your school? Tell me how your school celebrated Teacher’s Day in your next letter. Take care and bye. Your friend, Mia ADVANCE Instruction: Your school celebrated Teacher’s Day last week. Based on the information given, you are required to write a letter to your friend to describe the occasion. Your letter should be not less than 120 words. * date and time * venue * activities * number of teachers and students ...

    Education, Education and training occupations, Head teacher 473  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ielts Letter Topics -Informal

    In your letter: explain the reason for the party give the date and time of the party suggest what the classmate could bring to the party Begin your letter as follows: Dear ________ You should write at least 150 words. You should spend about 20 minutes on this task. 2. Advising a friend about a holiday An English-speaking friend wants to spend a two-week holiday in your region and has written asking for information and advice. Write a letter to your friend. In your letter: offer...

    Orthography, Party, Question 972  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hari Raya Aidilfitri

    Aidilfitri’s Day Hari Raya Aidilfitri.........the moment that all muslims wait .. Muslims in Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia and  Singapore celebrate Eid like other Muslims throughout the world..it's a very important occassion.It is also known as the festival that marks the end of one month of fasting. The words ‘Hari Raya’ mean 'day of celebration.' ..I can't wait to celebrate Hari Raya because I can meet my family,relatives and friends....Before I can celebrate Hari Raya,I have to go through the...

    Eid ul-Fitr, Fasting, Hari Raya Aidilfitri 583  Words | 2  Pages

  • Hari Raya Haji and Origin

    Hari Raya Haji History and Origin Two of the most anticipating day in Islamic calendar is Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Adha. While the former marks the end of fasting month of Ramadhan Al-Mubarak, Eid-ul-Adha marks the end of Hajj, the sacred pilgrimage to the holy city Mecca. It is compulsory for every able Muslim (as prescribed in the Five Pillars of Islam) to go on a Hajj at least once during his lifetime. Also popularly known as the Festival of Sacrifice, this Muslim holiday Eid-ul-Adha commemorates...

    Abraham, Hajj, Islam 494  Words | 2  Pages

  • Hari Raya Celebration

    promotion will be all over the shopping malls and supermarkets. The Muslims will buy new clothes and supplies. This is the best part where last time I will go to the ‘Pasar Hari’ with my father to buy some new clothes and it is the time where I can choose ‘Baju KURUNG’ for my ‘Hari Raya’ day. Everything will be new.The ‘Hari Raya’ songs will be played in the radio and the television.The town people traditionally return to their hometown to celebrate Eid ul-Fitr with their family and friends. The roads...

    Eid al-Adha, Eid ul-Fitr, Hari Raya Aidilfitri 512  Words | 2  Pages

  • Informal letter

    Contents of Module prepared in 2010 NO. CONTENTS 1. Paper 2 Section A Guided Writing - Guidelines - Analysis of past year questions - Format - Sample answers  Letter Writing  Letter Writing  Article  Article  Recount  Report  Speech - 2. 3. Exercise for Practices  Informal Letter  Article Paper 2 Section B Summary - Guidelines - Analysis of past year questions - Sample answers - Practice Paper 2 Section C - Novels - Guidelines - Analysis of...

    Darul Aman Stadium, English language, Kedah 7697  Words | 53  Pages

  • Survival Guide Hari Raya 1 0

    Survival Guide: 20 Hari Raya Tips to Keep That Weight Off 2 WELCOME TO MY HARI RAYA SURVIVAL GUIDE Survival Guide: 20 Hari Raya Tips to Keep That Weight Off KevinZahri.com © 2010 Survival Guide: 20 Hari Raya Tips to Keep That Weight Off 3 THE AUTHOR - KEVIN ZAHRI My name is Kevin Zahri. I am a fitness author, speaker, TV Host and entrepreneur based in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Author I published my first bestselling fitness book entitled Fitness 24/7 and Cergas 24/7 back in 2008. About...

    Dieting, Exercise, Hari Raya Aidilfitri 2743  Words | 13  Pages

  • Informal Letter

    5th October 2008 Dear Liyana, The purpose I am writing this letter is to inform you that I have just finished reading a book which I stumbled on at a bookstore not long ago, Entitled ‘Twilight’ and is written by a famous novelist, Stephenie Meyer who is also known to write the adult sci-fi novel called ‘The Host’. Twilight is only 544 pages long and I strongly recommend for you to get a copy. It is a good book for you to read to kill time as it will be school holidays soon. The price of a paperback...

    Bella Swan, Eclipse, Edward Cullen 546  Words | 2  Pages

  • Informal Letter

    Court 9, 47630 Subang Jaya, Selangor. 9 September 2003 Dear Amber, It was lovely to hear from you. All of us miss you very much. Mum and Dad are glad that you are slowly adjusting to life in a boarding school. In your letter you complained about the compulsory co-curricular activities. Well, let me tell you that you can reap many benefits through active participation in these activities. Firstly, the various co-curricular activities help you become a better person (point...

    Extracurricular activity, Leadership, Learning 459  Words | 2  Pages

  • An Informal Letter

    Lot 6579, Gong Kepas Dalam Village, Alor Lintang,22200, Besut Terengganu,Malaysia. Dear Rowan Love, I'm so pleased to see your purple coloured letter in my mailbox this morning.(You put some raspberry shaped stickers on it! It smells great!) So,you've been asking on how to take are of orphaned kittens right? Okay,this is based on my previous experience when I found a three week year old...

    Cat, Cattle, Kitten 332  Words | 2  Pages

  • Letter

    version. Final versions are graded. There will be an opportunity to revise either the first or second essay; however, you must provide substantive revision to improve your grade. Keep all writing done in the course, including drafts, final papers and informal writing (e.g. journal entries, homework, in-class writing) as a portfolio of work organized in a sturdy folder. Writing Exercises: Completion of all assigned writing exercises is a prerequisite to turning in final essays. Essays that are part...

    Academia, Academic dishonesty, Essay 1318  Words | 5  Pages

  • Teaching Writing Informal Letters

    1.3. Informal writing………………………………………………...……….7 1.4. Letter writing……..……………………………………………………...9 1.5. Different types of letters……………………..…………………………11 Chapter II.Teaching writing informal letters…………………………………………13 2.1. Informal letters……..…………………………………………………..13 2.2. Writing informal letter………...……………………………………….13 2.3. Types of informal letters………………………………...……………..20 2.4. Exercises for teaching writing informal letters……………....

    Communication, Letter, Letters 8850  Words | 27  Pages

  • Letter

    Thank You Letter to a Teacher or Coach--EXAMPLE Janice Jones Rural Route 67 Saugus, Ca 91611 September 9, 2010 Ms. Gloria Smithson Hudson’s Bay High School 1601 E Reserve Street Vancouver, WA 98663 Dear Ms. Smithson: We greatly appreciate the special attention you have given our son, Jason, this past semester. The effect you have had on him is tremendous! His grades, as well as his self-esteem, have shown great improvement! As you well know, Jason was having much difficulty...

    Gloria Steinem, Gratitude, High school 365  Words | 3  Pages

  • Formal Letter

    Formal letter is a business or official letter. They are written to complaint or inform something. These letters include applications, letters to editors, official letters, letters to and from organizations, government departments etc. These letters have an objective or business-like style of writing. Points To Remember: 1. Mentioning the subject is a must in a formal letter. 2. The formal letter should be brief, simple and concise. 3. It should focus on the issue rather than dwindling on various...

    Delhi, Driving, Formal 1233  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hari Merdaka

    Hari Merdeka (Independence Day) is a national day of Malaysia commemorating the independence of the Federation of Malaya from British colonial rule, celebrated on August 31. In a wider context, it is to celebrate the formation of Malaysia. This year 2010, Malaysia will celebrate it’s 53rd Independence Day ( Hari Kemerdekaan Malaysia ) on celebrated on Tuesday, 31 August 2010 with the theme 1 Malaysia Menjana Transformasi (1Malaysia Transforming the Nation) . The national independence celebration...

    Borneo, British Empire, Federation of Malaya 1277  Words | 7  Pages

  • Friendly Letters

    Friendly letters have five parts:  ♥  The Heading:  The heading can include your address and the date.  In casual, friendly letters your address is not necessary.  The Salutation (greeting): This usually begins with Dear_________.  The blank is for the name of the person you are writing.  After you write the person's name you put a comma ( , ) .  The Body: The body of the letter is the information you are writing in your letter.  The Closing:  In the closing the first word is capitalized...

    Communication, Creative writing, E-mail 926  Words | 4  Pages

  • Letter

    hiring personnel such as : explicit cost of employing trainer (if they use trainer), the opportunity cost of trainee (in training process, trainees will be less productive), and the opportunity cost of using capital and experienced employee to do less informal training (Brown, 1998, p.10). In the end, after calculating all costs that might be occur, I would compare those with current budget condition and determine whether the organization were financially able to recruit additional personnel. 2. Short-term...

    Calculation, Conflict, Costs 1342  Words | 5  Pages

  • letter

    Cindy Juarez 4/23/2013 Mountain View High school Letter of Appeal “The reason most people never reach their goals is that they don’t define them, or ever seriously consider them as believable or achievable. Winners can tell you where they are going, what they plan to do along the way, and who will be sharing the adventure with them.”-Churchill In my life I’ve always had a plan or a certain path I was destined to...

    Academic term, College, Educational years 1122  Words | 3  Pages

  • Letter

    Letter to KinderCare Families Alicia M. Craven-Robison Rasmussen College Authors Note This letter is being submitted on April 28, 2012 for ECE 100 section 6 Foundations of Child Development. Dear Parents, My name is Alicia Craven-Robison I have worked in Early Childhod Educaton for almost seven years. I studied Early Childhood for two years in a vocational school. While I was still in school I took on a part-time job at KinderCare. I worked with KinderCare for seven year before I felt...

    Child development, Childhood, Developmental psychology 1120  Words | 3  Pages

  • Remarks for Informal Letter

    2013 TIME : 1.10 pm – 2.30 pm | TEACHER : Cik Nurul ‘AtiqahLESSON SERIES : /2013TOPIC : Model Sentences For Informal Letter | Opening Remarks Some common opening remarks are : 1. How are you? I hope you and all at home are in the pink. 2. Thank you for your interesting letter which I received a few days ago. 3. I received your letter yesterday / a few days ago. 4. What a surprise! It’s really good to hear from you. 5. How is everyone in the family? Well, I hope...

    Genting Group, Genting Highlands, If You Have to Ask 585  Words | 2  Pages

  • Formal and Informal Communication

    FORMAL AND INFORMAL STYLES OF COMMUNICATION Introduction 1. The most prominent quality of a human being is the effective and meaningful way of communication. Humans have a unique and well developed way of imparting or interchanging thoughts, opinions, or information by speech, writing, or signs. Communication is well established but not only limited among humans but also in animals and in manmade machines such as computers Communication 2. The word communications comes from a Latin word “Communis...

    Communication, Formal, Human 819  Words | 3  Pages

  • Daoud Hari

    further to make a difference in the world. The term hero does not just come to someone because they do something benevolent to the community or someone else. The term hero is something that one has to earn by pushing oneself over the limit. Daoud Hari is a prime example of a hero because he went where no other man in Darfur was willing to go. Another example of a hero is Martin Luther King Jr. because he surpassed what was expected of him and eventually died because of helping the world for a better...

    African American, Jimmy Carter, Malcolm X 1632  Words | 4  Pages

  • Welcome Letter

    Sample Welcome Letter from the Manager [An Informal Sample Welcome Letter] When you’re welcoming a new employee to your organization, a welcome letter from the manager can set the tone for the entire relationship. You can make the welcome letter formal or informal but it can go a long way in making the new employee comfortable upon arrival for the first day of work. The welcome letter from the manager tells the new employee about the relationship he will have with the manager. It may...

    Decision making, Employment, Management 808  Words | 3  Pages

  • Useful Words for Informal Letter

    Informal letter Dear (first name), Beginnings Thank you/Many thanks for your (recent/last) letter/postcard. It was good/nice to hear from you recently. I’m sorry I haven’t written/been in touch for such a long time. It’s ages since I’ve heard from you. I hope you’re/you and your family are well. Asking Hi! / How are the things? / How are you? / How’s it going? Referring to their news Great news about … Glad to hear that … Sorry to hear about … Giving news Listen, did I tell you about...

    2004 singles, 2005 singles, 2006 singles 515  Words | 2  Pages

  • invitation letter

    Invitation letter Purpose This invitation letter was send by Kyoto University to Jeffrey A. Stern to invite Dr. Stern to Kyoto University as their Visiting Professor in July of 2006. Salutation Dear Dr. Stern Date 2006/06/16 Inside Address Center for Urological Research Sun Health Research Institute 10503 W Thunderbird Blvd Sun City, AZ 85351 Sender’s Address Department of Urology, Faculity of Medicine, Kyoto University 54 Kawahara-cho, Shogoin, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8507...

    Academy Award for Best Actress, Academy Award for Best Picture, Doctorate 579  Words | 4  Pages

  • Formal and Informal in Communication

    In order for there to be good effective communication in the workplace there have to be a good balance of formal and informal communication in the business. The two have their advantage and disadvantage but I am about to discuss and make you understand why the workplace can’t function without either one of them. What are the most commonly used information channels in your workplace? The channels that can be found in the workplace are - having a face to face meeting - Video conferencing...

    Communication, Employment, Nonverbal communication 637  Words | 3  Pages

  • Informal Letter-How to Make a Kite

    Writing an Informal letter You went on a trip somewhere and you're writing to your friend telling them about the trip. (DON'T FORGET TO WRITE YOUR ADDRESS, THE DATE, USE CONNECTING WORDS, LEAVE LINES BETWEEN THE PARAGRAPHS) 17 Alon Street Jerusalem May 223rd, 2009 Dear Danny, Thank you a lot for your last letter. It was a nice surprise to hear from you. I'm sorry I haven't written to you earlier but I...

    2006 albums, Creative writing, Debut albums 424  Words | 2  Pages

  • The informal economy

    Neuwirth, who is a former business reporter, defines the informal sector or informal economy is that part of an economy that is not taxed, monitored by any form of government, or included in any gross national product (GNP), unlike the formal economy. Other terms used to refer to the informal sector can include the black market, the shadow economy, and the underground economy and how he refers it mostly is System D. The original use of the term ‘informal sector’ is attributed to the economic development...

    Economies, Free trade, Free trade area 2266  Words | 6  Pages

  • Informal Letter to Cousin

    in Adelaide. Last night,I saw on television that the weather was -4°c. Oh dear.. it was so cold! isn't it freezing over there? It must be so joyful because can play with snow. How amazing.!!I love it. Actually, I'm writting this letter to inform you that I just got a job. You know what? It is so boring here doing nothing and it takes for four months for the SPM results to be released. So, I was fortunate, a friend of my dad offered me this part time job. I'm currently working at...

    Family, Full-time, It Was Written 514  Words | 2  Pages

  • Grammatical Person and Formal Writing Informal

    Defining Informal and Formal Writing Informal Writing/Writing to Learn: Writing for the main purpose of finding out if students understand material, have completed reading, or done assigned work. Formal Writing/Learning to Write: Writing for the main purpose of having the student present content from the discipline in a style and form that practitioners could readily recognize and accept. Informal Writing By articulating their analyses and opinions on paper, students digest information more quickly...

    Audience, Communication, Creative writing 1198  Words | 5  Pages

  • Informal Urbanism

    Ashley Arana P & D #2 Juan Arbona November 24, 2014 Motorbike Taxis in the Informal Economy Anyone who has lived in or visited Hanoi would agree that transiting the city is a surreal experience. There is no escaping the countless motorbikes and riding on one while in Hanoi is almost inevitable. On almost every busy street there are men sitting on their motorbikes parked on the sidewalks yelling out, “motto, motto”, signaling that they’ll serve as taxis. Whether you are a foreigner or a local, if...

    Economies, Taxi Driver, Taxicab 1076  Words | 3  Pages

  • Formal and informal communiction assignment

    of formal communication and informal communication Formal Communication There are different forms of formal communication in business includes functions in department activities taking place between employee and employer in a formal way, meeting and conference, verbal communication through phone or texting and written communication through memos, letters and bulletins, are all definition of formal communication. The formal communication is in the form of letters, e-mails, memos etc. Formal...

    Communication, Employment, Linguistics 1728  Words | 9  Pages

  • Informal Introduction

    interested to make conversation? A. Varieties of Introductions There are two varieties of introductions. They are formal and informal introductions. Both of that varieties are needed in introduction self or other people. It depends on the situation and addressee. When the addressee is older, educated, or have higher status, you should use the formal introduction. Besides, the informal introduction is used when the addressee is your age or younger than you. For example, when you meeting a president of a...

    2007 singles, Conversation, Formal 846  Words | 4  Pages

  • Business Letter and Report Writing

    Business Letter and Report Writing Table of Contents Introduction 1 Discussion 2 Writing Business Correspondence 2 Appropriate Style and Tone to Address intended Audience 4 Formal and Informal Business Writing 5 Create and Format Basic Documents used in Businesses 5 Clear and Compelling Writing Styles for Business Communication 6 Conclusion 8 References 9 Business Letter and Report Writing Introduction In business, communication is everything either at...

    Communication, Writer, Writing 2449  Words | 7  Pages

  • 8 C's of business letter

    8 C's of a Business Letter Clarity The first element of all business letters is that they should be clear. This includes the purpose of the letter and words used within the text. Clearly state your point near the beginning to allow the reader a clear understanding of the letter's purpose. Conciseness Avoid using extra words in a business letter. The element of conciseness refers to stating an idea in the fewest words possible. Don't add superfluous information or extra words to fill space...

    Academy Award for Best Actress, Academy Award for Best Director, Academy Award for Best Picture 926  Words | 3  Pages

  • Letter Writing First Fleet

    how to set out an informal letter. Informal is to a friend. CLASS DISCUSSION 1) Letters from convicts are very rare and to have one written by a woman would be even rarer. WHY???? The typical convict female was in her twenties. She was from England or Ireland and had been convicted of robbery - sentenced for seven years as punishment for her crime. She was single and could barely read, but not write. 2) RARE because the convict had to bribe someone to put the letter on a ship bound for...

    Arthur Phillip, Australia Day, First Fleet 597  Words | 5  Pages

  • How to write a formal letter

    FORMAL LETTERS Instructions 1. Choose formal 8 1/2-by-11 inch stationery with a matching envelope. The paper should be a neutral color such as white, cream or beige. Avoid stationery with bright colors or distracting graphic elements. If the letter is for businesses purposes, use company letterhead. 2. Include your return address in the top-right corner of the letter. Add the recipient's address on the left of the page just below the return address. 3. Skip two lines and write the date. Be...

    Business letter, Complimentary close, Envelope 1191  Words | 4  Pages

  • Informal Fallacies

    Informal fallacies 8am-11am Saturday Group 7 Fallacies An error in argumentation An error in reasoning False argument that has the appearance of truth FALLACY OF COMPLEX QUESTION Fallacy of Complex Question (plurium interrogationum) (also known as: many questions fallacy, fallacy of presupposition, loaded question, trick question, false question, loaded question) Fallacy of Complex Question involves phrasing the question in such a way that answering it commits...

    Argumentation theory, Critical thinking, Fallacy 572  Words | 4  Pages

  • business letter to Brutus 1 2

    the first paragraph of the letter, explain who you are (i.e. What do you do for a living? Do you have a family?). Briefly explain your “concern” regarding Caesar’s ambition and power. This paragraph should be at least 3 complete sentences. In the second paragraph, describe the negative characteristics of Caesar and the noble qualities of Brutus. This paragraph should have no less than 4 complete sentences. Lastly, in the final paragraph, restate the purpose of your letter (to persuade Brutus to take...

    Ancient Rome, Augustus, Business letter 558  Words | 2  Pages

  • Hari

    Ulysses: A poetry analysis of “Ulysses” by Alfred Lord Tennyson will often review the themes of age, time, free will, war and duty. The poet introduces us to a speaker who has clearly seen better and more glorious times in his youth when fighting on the battlefield. Victorious, he has now returned to the comfort and safety of his home, wife and loving family. Yet still Ulysses yearns for what once was. Frustrated by his advancing years and aging body, Ulysses feels nostalgic for the dangerous yet...

    Adam, Adam and Eve, Alfred, Lord Tennyson 2162  Words | 6  Pages

  • Inf 103 Informal Logic Week 2 Letter of Advice Outline

    Letter of Advice to Nicolas Thomas and Kelsey Blanc Kelsia Blanchard COM200: Interpersonal Communication Instructor Lindsey Hallead March25, 2013 Letter of Advice to Nicolas and Kelsey Dear Nicholas and Kelsey Kelsia Blanchard COM200: Interpersonal Communications Instructor Lindsey Hallead March 25, 2013 Dear Nicholas and Kelsey, I would like to start by saying congratulations on the engagement. Marriage is an important step; a commitment shared between two people, whom love one...

    Communication, Emotion, Emotional intelligence 1889  Words | 6  Pages

  • Kinds of Informal Reports

    Kinds of Informal Report There are six kinds of informal report; 1. Information Report 2. Progress Report 3. Justification Report 4. Feasibility Report 5. Minutes of meetings 6. Summaries The detail of all these reports is given below. 1. Information Report: What is Information Report? The reports that collect and organize information are informative or investigative reports. Importance: The information reports may records routine activities such as daily, weekly, and monthly...

    Information, Work in progress, Writing 1000  Words | 5  Pages

  • What Is Inquiry Letter

    is a letter of inquiry? A letter of inquiry is a request for information that the writer believes the reader to provide. Regardless of its subject, the objective is to get the reader to respond with action that satisfies the inquiry. The action taken can benefit either the writer or the reader, and sometimes that being the cause, the scope of the letter of inquiry must include enough information that help the reader determine how best to respond. In the sample inquiry letter that follows...

    Academy Award for Best Actress, Academy Award for Best Picture, Need 1483  Words | 6  Pages

  • Letter

    Customer Relation Officer Pasaraya Ekonomi Jalan Bunga Raya 09100 Kulim Kedah Our ref.: NHMR/sz/101(2) 12 November 2012 Mr Mohd Adam Abdullah 4 Jalan Petaling 1 09000 Kulim Kedah Dear Mr Abdullah RE: COMPLAINT ON SPOILT FOOD ITEMS Thank you for your letter dated 05 November 2012 in which you pointed out to us some problems, which you have encountered when you purchase at our supermarket. First and foremost we apologize for the spoilt food goods. We certainly do not intend...

    Causality, Consultative selling, Customer 251  Words | 2  Pages

  • Informal Logic

    Week 5 Final Paper: “Should homosexuals be able to marry?” PHI 103: Informal Logic Instructor: January, 28, 2013 “Should homosexuals be able to marry?” In the United States marriage laws are not supposed to discriminate, yet many people believe that marriages are clear religious and official vows, between a man and woman, which include the ultimate expression of love. The traditional belief does not claim a specific sexual orientation for homosexuals in this country...

    Civil union, Homosexuality, Human rights 2064  Words | 6  Pages

  • Scarlet Letter and Crucible Letter

    Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter and second by Arthur Miller, The Crucible, say a lot about puritan lives during this time period. The Scarlet Letter took place in Boston, Massachusetts, and The Crucible took place in Salem, Massachusetts. Both of his works deal with sin, its effects on different characters, people's reactions, each character's conflicts, and their resolution to the conflicts. Dimmesdale, who is one of the main characters in The Scarlet Letter, and John Proctor, who is in The...

    Conflict, Elizabeth Proctor, John Proctor 1494  Words | 4  Pages

  • Informal Proposal

    being affected by external factors, clan control involves the representation of cultural values and loyalty within an organization. Clan control works to regulate employee behaviour by incorporating control over company values, beliefs, culture and informal relationships. Trust is a very important tool when implementing organizational control methods within an organization and it is also a principal element with the three main types of organizational control: strategic control, operational control and...

    Control theory, Customer relationship management, Customer service 2149  Words | 7  Pages

  • Informal Logic

    Life and the Big Question? Name Ashford University Informal Logic professor December 8, 2013   Life and the Big Question. Have you ever thought to wonder what will happen to you after death? Where will your soul go? Will you still have some form of existence to continue through a mental capacity? Most every person has sat to ponder this lifelong question at one time or another. In many peoples mind this can be a devastating thought, serious enough that they begin to contemplate believing...

    Big Bang, Cosmic microwave background radiation, Dark matter 2342  Words | 7  Pages

  • Informal Logic

    RUNNING HEAD- Homosexuals 1 Homosexuals Getting Married Sylvia Lee Godwin Informal Logic Philip Bence March 7th 2013 Homosexuals 2 The question that is very much debated in America today is whether or not homosexuals should be allowed to get married here in the United States. There are many different opinions on the subject and my feelings are, if two people love each other and are able to commit to one another and...

    Bisexuality, Homosexuality, LGBT 1464  Words | 4  Pages

  • What Is Informal Education

    What Is Informal Education? Introduction Finding a concise definition of informal education that is acceptable to all is an insurmountable task, since the likelihood of dissension would be substantial (Seale, 2008). Nevertheless, in this short study we will look at the principles and values, theoretical practice and practical application of informal education. To better understand the concept and ambition of the discipline, we will concurrently explore examples drawn from my own experience. Definitions ...

    Alternative education, Democracy, Education 2515  Words | 7  Pages

  • Types of Letters

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