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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 Date: 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


A World Guide to Good Manners: How not to Behave Badly Abroad Points to Remember: Americans shake their hands firmly, whereas the Japanese do not do so. In America, there is physical contact during greetings, but it is not so in Japan. The Japanese bow as per the degree of respect, but the Americans do not do so. Muslim women should not wear clothes revealing their bodies. People prefer discussing during meals in Britain and the United States. It is necessary to print your business card in the local language while you are going to a country where your language is not widely spoken. The physical distance between the speakers plays a significant role in most South American countries and Mexico. In many Asian cultures, it is acceptable to Smack your lips when you eat. It means that the food is good. In France, you should not sit down in a café until you have shaken hands with everyone you know. In India, Nepal and the Middle East, you must never use the left hand for greeting, eating or d