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Yes. You will write a formal e-mail to a company if you are applying for a job.
Yes. Writing a formal email to to apply for jobs or sending email for teachers or principals.
Yes. I will write a formal e-mail to the teachers or the principal if I want to ask them something, or I will write a formal-email when I want to apply for jobs.
Yes, i would write a formal e-mail as i would write a formal letter ( without the address and such). I have written formal e-mails to teachers and companies or support.
Yes. I would definitely write a formal letter when trying for a job application as you would not know the employer.
Yes. Like you Mr Arrowood, you wrote a formal letter to the card company to lodge a complaint about the website not able to respond to your registration. Another example would be, writing an email from an organization to another to make a partnership with each other. Facebook would write a formal email to buy the company Instagram.
Yes. I would write a formal email for example if I want to apply for a job. I would do so as I want to show a good impression and show that I know that my empolyer is of a higher authority and I respect that person. Plus, i do not know/am not close to the person thus a formal letter is needed.
Yes, there is. A email might not be necessary only for informal letters to your friends and loved ones. You may send a letter to your principal about the school's conduct, for example, a student gaming on the MRT and blasting gunshots agitating the public.
Yes. I would write a formal email to teachers when I need to make enquires. It may sometimes be about the questions I have on the topic they recently taught or asking for information about a certain event that I was not so sure about.
Yes. It has exactly the same principle as a letter writing. Which is a piece of written correspondence that is always polite and never causal. Addressed to somebody you not familiar or business.
Yes. In SST we often use emails to communicate with our teachers. We don't write an informal letter to them. We do write a formal letter to them.
Yes. We use formal letters for job interviews.
Yes. You will send a formal e-mail to a company you are applying a job for.
Yes, a formal email is the same as a formal letter although the addresses and certain particulars are not included as there is no need for it. An example would be writing an email to enquire about the extension of a deadline.e.gDear Mr Arrowood,I would like to request if you are able to extend the deadline by 2 days for me as I have competitions and thus may not have enough time to complete all given homework.Sincerely,Marcus
3. In your option is there such a thing as formal email? If your answer is yes, please give a example of a situation or context where you will write a formal email.In my very own opinion, I think there is such a thing as formal email. It is because, I think there is no difference in a "formal" email and a formal letter, the only differences are the addresses which actually also appears somewhere else but not on the email. An example is:
Yes. If you want to apply for a job (for example) you would send a formal email instead of a formal letter so the reply is faster.