Author: Elaine Kirn-Rubin
Suitable for: Students, Instructors and Tutors. Secondary Students, Young Adults, Adults, independent learners, and Home School students. For English improvement, ESL, EFL, Literacy, WIOA, Career and College, and Corrections Institutions. New Readers; Beginning through Intermediate Language Learners.
What They Are: They are about Different languages of communication through phone,text messaging, E-mail, social media, FAX, and computerized voice mail and also communicate with printed and handwritten cards, notes, and letters through the postal service.
Why You Need Them:
To expedite language communication from a reader to ask advice or an answer to a question. Writer might express an opinion on a local issue or current event. of American English in as many unobtrusive, tension-reducing, and effective ways as possible.
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What They Do:
"teaches" different formal and informal communication .
- Greeting Cards:Many people give or send greeting cards for special occasions, life events, or holidays.Explains about variations of greeting cards are photo, personalized, reusable, musical, and electronic.
- Announcements,Post Cards, & More:Personal and social communication are announcements and postcards. An announcement may tell family or personal news about a life event. There may also be an invitation to a ceremony or celebration. Often, a postcard has a picture on one side, sometimes with a message. The sender writes a note or short letter on the other side with the address of the receiver.
- Newspaper Letters: A few people still write social letters to relatives and friends. Others send and/or receive occasional letters with important personal information.