CBSE Class 8 English Writing Skills Formal Letters

Formal letters include Official Letters:

   1)Letter to Editor of Newspapers

   2)Application to the Principal


B-120,Lodhi Colony

Lodhi Road

New Delhi-110003

10 June2014

The Editor

The Statesman

New Delhi


Subject:- _____________________________

Body of the letter: 1. Introduction

                       2. Main Content

                       3. Conclusion

Yours faithfully

Arjun Lal

1. You are  Raj / Raji Gupta, a resident of 45 Niti Bagh, New Delji – 110049. Write a letter to the Editor of Hindustan Times expressing your concern regarding the increase in incidents of crime and violence against the Senior Citizens. ( 100-120 words)

2. Write a letter to the Editor of The Times of India, complaining about the poor condition of public parks in your locality. You are Sonu/Sonam Sharma, a resident of C/102,Sunlight Colony, Delhi-32.(120 – 150 words)

3. You are Piyush/Piyusha Singh, a resident of F/111, Ansari Road, Daryaganj – 110002. Write a letter to the Editor of Hindustan Times, expressing your concern over the problem of begging on Delhi roads. (120 – 150 words)

4.You are Sara/Sarim Khan , a resident of A/123, MotiBagh– 110042. Write a letter to the Editor of  Hindustan Times, raising your concern about the trash left behind at the sites of religious functions, weddings and cultural events. (120 – 150 words)

5. Write a letter to the Editor of Hindu, requesting him to raise the issue of the menace of stray dogs in your locality. You are Raj/Rajni Khurana, a resident of 12C,Sundar Nagar, Mathura Road, New Delhi-110003 (120-150 words)



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