Category: 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  Argentina Business Analyst: Analista de negocios Budget analyst: Analista de presupuesto Business Performance Analyst: Analista de Control de gestión

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 it definetely with .. The regular ones are: Atentamente, Saludos, Other: Saludos cordiales, Respetuosamente, Se despide cordialmente, 3) Examples of these two endings combined: Atentamente, Rita Gimenez Contadora

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 the salutation. When you use only Sr. or Sra or Srta. in order to start a salutation you always have to put the last name, it doesn’t sound formal Sr. Martín…

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 and 3 in this graphic showed above in the link Spanish formal letter Read the folowing with the Spanish formal letter graphic on the link please…so that you can understand what…

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) The introduction usually refers to previous correspondence, thank the recipient and / or indicate the reason for writing. Expressions: “Tengo el agrado de dirigirme a usted con el motivo de …. ”  (very common) “Me contacto con usted para…

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 in the history of Spanish literature. The Cervantes Institute, a government agency, was modeled on the British Council and the German Goethe Institute, and is the largest organization in the world responsible for…

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 the letter. 2) Salutation 3) Content 4) Closing