Notes On Email Writing - Format and Do's and Don'ts - CBSE Class 8 English Writing Skills
E-mail, also known as Electronic Mail is a method of exchanging digital messages across internet or other computer networks. It is the quickest way to communicate in writing.                                                  FORMAT OF AN E-MAIL Date: To: CC: BCC: Subject:                                                                          Content Regards. Name Dos and Don’ts about E Mail: Dos Use an informative subject line. Write most important information first. Use number and bullets to make the message clearer. Use simple grammar and language. Write short sentences. Use separate paragraphs. Don’ts Write about irrelevant issues. Give personal information that you don’t want someone else to know. Use capital letters to write whole words as in emails, this is considered shouting. Use different fonts (the recipient’s computer may not be compatible). Use Italics. Use exclamation marks. Use incomprehensible abbreviations, acronyms and smileys.

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E-mail, also known as Electronic Mail is a method of exchanging digital messages across internet or other computer networks. It is the quickest way to communicate in writing.                                                  FORMAT OF AN E-MAIL Date: To: CC: BCC: Subject:                                                                          Content Regards. Name Dos and Don’ts about E Mail: Dos Use an informative subject line. Write most important information first. Use number and bullets to make the message clearer. Use simple grammar and language. Write short sentences. Use separate paragraphs. Don’ts Write about irrelevant issues. Give personal information that you don’t want someone else to know. Use capital letters to write whole words as in emails, this is considered shouting. Use different fonts (the recipient’s computer may not be compatible). Use Italics. Use exclamation marks. Use incomprehensible abbreviations, acronyms and smileys.
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