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Types of Correspondence

 
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Betty shen



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PostPosted: Tue Apr 07, 2009 1:50 am    Post subject: Types of Correspondence Reply with quote

Sending correspondence is viewed as a good way to communicate with our friends, family members, or relatives. Although writing letters is slower than communicating by telephone: however; sending letters is a good way to preserve our memory. No sooner we see the letter than we can recall the memory that is related to the sender. There are three types of correspondence. Firstly, one of correspondence is writing traditional letters which is written down in papers, and it is the most normal way to write a letter. We may write down something interesting, or something bad to share with our friends in detail. In this way, we will not become indifferently toward our friend and family. Although, writing letters seems not to be a quickly way, memory with letters will exist forever. Writing postcards is the second types of correspondence. Writing postcard is a good way to say congratulations to our friends. Especially in some festivals, it is a good time to send postcard to communicate. When we choose postcards to write, we must base on our mood and best wish. Consequently, the postcard is a good tool to express ourselves, because it has lots of beautiful and elaborate pictures. Besides, some postcards have scenic spot pictures, and it can be a good souvenir that we take a trip. The third type of correspondence is sending emails. E-mail is a convenient and fast way to communicate with friends and relatives. No matter where we are, we can send and receive emails in no time. As a consequence, writing emails has become a trend in these years. No matter what types of correspondence that you prefer, writing letters is a good way to keep the precious memory forever.
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