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Letter Writing

Sample Letters

Parts of the official and personal letter: 

Letter to the Principal

Tilottama 6, Rupandehi

June 20, 2020

The Principal,

National Sanskrit School,

Tilottama 9, Rupandehi

Ref: About sick-leave

Dear Sir/Madam,

I most respectfully beg to state that I cannot attend my regular classes due to a severe fever that I have been suffering from for three days. In an appointment with the doctor, it was suggested that I should take rest for three more days at home. For this matter, I would like to request you to grant me sick leave for three days from today onwards. I know that I will have great losses missing the valuable classes. I assure you that I'll cover those classes and complete the assignments in time.

I look forward to your positive response.

Thanking you.

Sample: Apology Letter


Dear (Name),

I received your invitation and I am so honoured to be included among the people you want to celebrate your nuptials. Unfortunately, I will be unable to attend the wedding due to …

I am so sorry to miss your joyful day. I know that your wedding will be perfect and I am so happy for you. Congratulations, and I wish you all the best!




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