Written correspondence

.This group of text types involve writing directly to a specific reader – as opposed to the other text types, which all involve writing for a generalised or notional audience.The fundamental distinction between "formal and "informal" is that in the formal type the purpose of the letter is more important than the relationship with the reader, whereas in the informal type, the relationship between writer and reader is...

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