December 07, 2014


                A message is either formal or informal based on the person to whom you are writing. Most commonly it happens in the absence of the reader at the moment. It looks like a letter but not a letter. (చూడ్డానికి ఇది ఒక letter మాదిరి కనిపిస్తుంది. మనం సమాచారం ఇవ్వ దలచిన వ్యక్తి అక్కడ లేనపుడు messageను ఉపయోగించుకుటాము.)
General Instructions for message writing:
1.       A message does not need an address.
2.       The message must be put in a box.
3.       The key points are to be very brief and precise.

Format of the message:
Date                                                                                                                                                                      Time
Body of the message

E.g.1. You have attended your father’s phone call. He asked to pass to attend your father at a café with some material for agreement. Write a message to your father as you are going to night class at your school.
17th July, 2014                                                                                                                                                    5.30 p.m.
My dear father,
                Your friend Mr. Narayana called up to say that he will await you at the Swagath Cafe at 6.20 p.m. today and asked you not to fail to attend. He asked you to come along with the material that you have prepared for the agreement with the team you are going to meet. I am going to night class to my school.
E.g.2. Read the conversation between Shivani and Srujana. Shivani was going out so she left a message for her Mother. Write the message.

Srujana: Can I speak to Mrs. Bharathi?
Shivani: I am sorry. She is out of station.
Srujana: When is she expected back?
Shivani: She will be home by today night.
Srujana: Could you please tell her that Amulya’s wedding is on 15th April. We had planned to go together but since my father arrived at my home I will not be going for the wedding. Malathi is going and she joins her. Tell her to give me a ring when he comes back.
Shivani: Sure aunt.
Srujana: Thank you.
13th April, 2014                                                                                                                                                   5.30 p.m.
My dear Amma,
                Your friend Mrs. Srujana called up to say that as her father came to visit her from Mumbai after a long time she will not attend the wedding of Amulya. She said that Ms. Malathi will accompany you to the marriage. She asked you to call her back when you come home. I’ve to go out immediately. Bye mom.

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