Category Archives: Formal

Positions in a company in Spanish

This is useful to know when it comes the time to write a formal letter Manager of Human Resources: Gerente de Recursos Humanos Mananger of Finances: Gerente de Finanzas Administrative Assistant: Asistente Administrativa President of the company: Presidente de Google … Continue reading

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Closing a Spanish formal letter

This is on the very end of the letter 1) It ends with a conclusion that serves as a summary of the letter and / or encouragement. “Quedo a su disposición ante cualquier consulta…” (I remain at your disposal for any inquiry) 2) And the you close … Continue reading

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Salutations (Opening of a Spanish letter)

How to write a formal letter in Spanish 1) We can  start a salutation with the abbreviation of Señora, Señor y Señorita (Sra. Sr.  Srta.) and the last name of the person In Spanish is always colon : (dos puntos) for … Continue reading

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Abbreviations that you can use in the letters

Spanish Abbreviations Sra. ___________  Señora (that means she is married) Srta. ___________Señorita  (she is not married) If you don’t know Sra. if  you know she is young Srta. Sr. __________ Señor (Always señor for guys) These abbreviations can be used in 1, 2 … Continue reading

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Content of the letter

Formal Spanish letters – Parts of the letter in the inside The content would depend of what do you want to say of course, but I can give you some guidelines in order to help you to write one. 1) … Continue reading

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Presentation Structure of the letter

How to write a formal letter in Spanish Format: According to Cervantes Institute which is  a worldwide non-profit organization created by the Spanish government in 1991. It is named after Miguel de Cervantes (1547–1616), the author of Don Quixote and perhaps the most important figure … Continue reading

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Spanish formal letters

Formal letters Click here : Spanish formal letter parts pdf Click on each of the following lessons: 1) Presentation Structure of the letter In the structure of  the letter we are going to see the order, the salutation, and the closing of … Continue reading

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