CBSE Class 9 English Postcard Notes

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Postcards are convenient for sending brief messages, acknowledging receipt of letters and goods or for confirming some engagement already fixed. For a longer/private message, either an inland letter or an envelope is used.

Postcards are written in the same manner as letters.Hance the heading, the subscription and the name of the sender are essential in addition to the ‘message’ and the name and address of the Addressee.

Postcards are written in the same manner as an informal letter is written.


  • The place and date are written in the same line.
  • The sender’s complete address is not written.
  • The salutation, subscription, and sender’s name must be written.
  • Write address of addressee in the appropriate space.





You are jenny / James. You have gone to Shimal with your friends. You decide to send a postcard to your parents in kota. Write the postcard in not more than 50 words,


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