Format of Email in CBSE Class 9th English Exam ?

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February 11, 2010 at 3:10 pm #573

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recently email has been introduced in the syllabus of 9th cbse does e have to prepare for it. and if yes what is the format for it please let me know my emil id is pikush24@gmail.com . please be fast.

February 11, 2010 at 7:53 pm #3578

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Yes you are right..

(1) Writing to your partner

Start: Use the person's first name or nickname

Ending: "Take care", or "Love", or "Thinking of you"

Signature: Your first name, or nickname

(2) Writing to a friend

Start: Use the person's first name

Ending: "Best wishes", or "Yours", or "Take care"

Signature: Your first name

(3) Writing to someone in your own company

Start: Use the person's first name (in a few companies you might need to be more formal, but this is rare in the UK)

Ending: "Regards", or "Best wishes"

Signature: Your first name and last name, and below this your job title and department, and phone number (or extension)

Here's one example question:

You have just seen a girl walking in the rain. Last week you were also caught in a sudden shower of rain like her. Write an e-mail to your friend describing the experience (minimum120 words). You could take help from the following Points:

(8 marks)

•unexpected rain

•no umbrella/raincoat

•completely drenched

•how you felt

•reactions of other passers-by

•condition of traffic/roads

March 8, 2010 at 12:26 pm #3579

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wat is the format of email

March 24, 2011 at 10:08 am #3580

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What is the difference between class 10th board and cce pattern?

What will be the difference between the 2 if I take board in 10th

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