Message Writing : Check here format and points to remember !

Safalta expert Published by: Gitika Jangir Updated Mon, 31 Oct 2022 10:19 PM IST

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Check here format and  points to remember while writing a message. 

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Message writing is a common formal writing style that we study in school. We send someone a message when we need to communicate with them or get in touch with them but can't do so directly. The main elements of a message's format are the date, time, recipient's name, message, and sender's name. On this website, you may get all the details about message writing format, practise questions, and more.In addition, you can also check out our CUCET English E-book- download for free.

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Table of content

  1. Message writing
  2. Message Writing : Format
  3. Points to remember while writing a message
  4. Sample 

Message writing

When you cannot speak to someone directly, you might give him a message, which is a brief piece of information.

Message Writing : Format

HEADING– The first step in creating a message is to capitalise and bold the phrase "Message." It is spelled out in the centre of the line.

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This is done in an effort to grab the recipient of the message's attention.

DATE– On the left side of the page, the date is written. The writing uses expanded form.

TIME– On both the left and right edges of the message, time might be written. However, it would be better if you mentioned it on the right side to make good use of the available space.

SALUTATIONS- Prior to composing the message's body's primary content (body), it's crucial to address the reader. It looks to be courteous and aids in avoiding uncertainty.

BODY–The main body of the message is where you give the person you are unable to contact all the information that needs to be communicated. The body of the letter should be brief and to the point, focusing only on the most crucial details. Don't use lengthy sentences.

SENDER– Once you've finished writing the message's body, write your name—or the name mentioned in the question—on the left side of the page. This makes it easier for the reader to recognise the message's sender.

Points to remember while writing a message

  • Enclose the message in a box
  • The word limit should not exceed more than 50 words.
  • Use language that is appropriate for the reader, please. A message aimed for children that uses more complicated jargon will be useless. 
  • Don't exceed the word limit (50 words). 
  • Don't include any further details. The message must be succinct and direct. 
  • Think before you write. So that you don't forget the necessary details while writing, simply compile a note of all the crucial topics on a rough sheet (the last page of your answer booklet). This assists you in keeping a sequence, which is crucial. 
  • Make sure to proofread your work twice for spelling and grammatical errors. They have markings. 
  • Use a pencil that has been sharpened to place the message inside a box. 
  • Avoid using lengthy sentences in the message's body.
  • The use of indirect or reported speech must be followed.

Sample Message Writing 


3: Rakesh had the following conversation with Mohit, a friend of his elder brother:

Mohit : Hello! Is it 23967509?

Rakesh : Yes, please. Who are you talking please?

Mohit : May I talk to Rahul, please? I am his friend.

Rakesh : Oh! Sorry. In fact Rahul isn’t at home. He will be back in an hour. By the way, I am his brother. Can I do anything for you?

Mohit : Oh. Sure. In fact I have a message for Rahul. Could you please tell him?

Rakesh : Sure, with pleasure. Tell me, please.

Mohit : Today we have planned to go to a movie at PVR, Saket in the evening.
We have booked ticket in advance. So please ask Rahul to join us at 5pm at the PVR.

Rakesh : OK, ill inform him as he comes back.

As Rakesh had to leave for his coaching classes, he left this message for Rahul. Write the message on his behalf in not more than 50 words. Put the message in a box.

MESSAGE
1 March, 20XX 11.11am
Rahul
Your friend Mohit called when you were away this evening. He wants you to know that he has booked the tickets for the movie you guys planned to watch. He wants you to be there at PVR, Saket at 5pm. Please don’t forget it.
Rakesh
 

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