A formal email is typically sent to someone you don’t know well or to someone who is in authority. Examples of someone who you might send a formal email to include your professor, a public official, or even a company you are doing business with. A formal email differs from a casual email. A casual email usually goes to a person you know well—often it is someone you are on good terms with such as a friend or family member. When sending a casual email, you don’t need to worry as much about structure and tone.
In fact, part of what makes a formal email different from a casual email is the structure. A formal email has a very defined structure, with a definite salutation (the opening part of the email), signature section, opening sentence, and body.You also use language differently in a formal email than in a casual email. Avoid using abbreviations, contractions, slang, emoticons, and other informal terminology.

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