Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Letter"

The meaning of "Letter" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does forward a letter mean?
A: When you recieve an email/message and you want to send that same email/message to someone else, that's forwarding.
Q: What does letter mean?
A: following instructions to the letter means following instruction exactly as they are written 😊
Q: What does In her letter Peter's mum writes that she longs for the day she comes back to him mean?
A: Onun mektubunda Piterin anasi yazir ki, onun yanina qayitmaq gunu çox gozleyir(isteyir).
Q: What does A+ or D- for letter grades mean?
A: A is the highest grade you can get, followed by B, C, D, and then F or U. A+ is a high A and A- is a low A. same for the rest of the letters mentioned.
Q: What does All in Chinese letter mean?
A: 全部用汉字写的

Example sentences using "Letter"

Q: Please show me example sentences with letter and epistle .
A: Saint Paul many of the epistles in the bible, some dedicated to different churches and others to individual people.

I wrote a letter to my friend in California.
Q: Please show me example sentences with We have received the letter you sent./We received the letter which you sent. There are same?!.
A: Yes. So is “We received the letter that you sent.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with the letter ç. For example façade.
A: This letter isn't actually in our alphabet, it only appears in loan words from other languages like French in the example you gave :) if I think of any more examples I'll let you know though!
Q: Please show me example sentences with letter mess up.
A: Example sentences with the word mess up?
Q: Please show me example sentences with how do you write a letter to homestay? I will arrive in 2 weeks .
A: Talk about yourself first, your family, hobbies, work/school
Talk about why you are staying with them, to learn the language, study, experience the culture. Say what you enjoy from their culture so you will have something to talk about.

(Example Format)
Dear _____,
I am very excited to be visiting ____ and staying with your family. I also have 2 brothers the same as you! My parents are both teachers and have told me a lot about the UK.
....
....

Kind regards, ( or best wishes, both friendly)
(Your name)

Synonyms of "Letter" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between a letter of reference and a testimonial letter and a letter of recommendation ?
A: A letter of reference (reference or reference letter) and letter of recommendation are the same thing.
A testimonial letter, usually just called a testimonial, is about your own experiences.

“My boss wrote me a letter of recommendation/reference.”

“I wrote a testimonial for the website about my experience with their program.”
Q: What is the difference between letter and character ?
A: Letter is anything in the alphabet. Character can be anything in the alphabet or symbols * \ ' #
Q: What is the difference between he has yet to receive the letter and he hasn't received the letter yet ?
A: They mean the same thing, but "He has yet to receive the letter" is more formal.
Q: What is the difference between I finished writing a letter and I have finished writing a letter ?
A: not really sure how to describe this example but the difference is in tense...
First example is past simple tense... Something happened in the past, done, over...
I finished writing a letter
I went running
I played on my phone

the other example is present perfect tense
usually it connects somehow the past with future
something happened in the past but still has consequences to the future
but there are always many discussions about what is still past simple and what is present perfect...
I have trained football for many years... (still trains)
I have gone outside... (still out there somewhere)
I have been busy recently... (and the situation hasn't changed)

About your example, not really sure how to deal with that without the context... perhaps....
I finished writing a letter - this thing is far gone...
I have finished writing a letter - perhaps just now and you're about to read it again and correct mistakes or something...

Hope you understand and it helped somehow :-D
Q: What is the difference between letter and note ?
A: the difference is that a letter is written more like in a formal way and a note however you want to, sometimes with slangs and the important part about the note is just to carry a message in any way.

Translations of "Letter"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What seven letter words we can build with such letters: "P.I.K.A.E.C.X."???
A: Pickaxe: A pickaxe is is a hand tool with a hard head attached perpendicular to the handle.

Here is a picture below of a pickaxe.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "What is the letter (that) Toby didn't write?" does it make sense?
A: Yes, it makes sense. It's grammatically correct and sounds natural.

I can't understand from the context whether the word "letter" means "a handwritten/typed letter usually sent through the mail" or "a letter of the alphabet" though.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? can you help me with this letter of application???
A: "...an advert for a new worker on your Mediterranean cruise ships..."

"I am very interested by this job opportunity"

"and now I am looking for a job"

"I need money to carry on studying"

"I have lived in London for a year as an Erasmus student"

"This means that I know the language very well and I have a very high level in English"

"I have experience as a waiter and worker in a restaurant"

"I love cooking" o puedes decir "I like cooking very much", pero el primero es más fuerte

"I took part in a regional dishes contest"

"...a recipe which was awarded the special prize"


"I could cope with the pressure of this work amazingly, as well as providing something new"

"Write to me soon"


Buena suerte :)
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? in letter C the tense is correct ?
A: Is going to start in 5 minutes
I’m going to faint
I’m going for an interview
The bus is leaving in 10 minutes
Will have been working at
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Heavier than you should be(first letter is O)
A: Overweight

Other questions about "Letter"

Q: I'm writing this letter for the purpose of informing you to take part in the charity sale held by our class this Sunday Does this sound natural?
A: Dear X hello,

We, the students of (class name) have organised a charity sale on this Sunday (insert date). We would be honoured if you graced us with your presence. You have been overtly supportive of all our philanthropic endeavours, and we would be much obliged if you would donate your time and money for this cause (talk about the charity and why you think it's important).

We look forward to greeting you at the charity event.


Sincere regards
(Class name)

Q: I decide writing a letter for you, after I talked to you on last Sunday.

I know how sad, lonely, and anxiety you are in this situation. But for our future, we should enjoy even in this situation. it's easier to be disappointment than being happiness. But it is one of the key to have a good future by sharing happiness together in any situation.

I hope you enjoy reading this Does this sound natural?
A: "I decided to write a little to you, after I talked to you last Sunday. I know how sad, lonely, and anxious you are in this situation. But for our future, we should enjoy even this situation. It's easier to be disappointed than to be happy. But it is one of the keys to having a good future to share happiness in any situation."
Q: In the letter, I told them that we haven't let Mr. Araki know about your visit to Japan yet. We just want to make him surprise by visiting his Hindi class without the pre-notification. Does this sound natural?
A: @sfidante: You can try:
In the letter, I told them that we haven't let Mr. Araki know about your visit to Japan yet. We would like to surprise him by visiting his Hindi class without prior notice."
Q: I had to write a letter, can you please help me with it?

Dear Sir/Madam

I wanted to give my opinion respect one of your articles that talk about the OLPC project (one laptop per child) which will provide laptops to children in developing countries.

One of the things I want to point out is the level of importance that will be given in relation with providing food because in spite of being a good idea to provide tools for children to increase their educational level and therefore in the future be able to get better opportunities, it cannot have priority over food because without that support, people will die from hunger and children would be exposed to live in even worse conditions.

In conclusion, it is a great project that can motivate children and teenagers to obtain a better education, but it has to be managed in proportion with the help given regarding food.
And the laptops provided instead of being one per child, it could be a better option to share them and that could benefit more people in general.
Does this sound natural?
A: I really like your letter (^∇^)👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾
Q: Why should I add the letter "d" after the word "cage" ?
A: That's because 'caged' is an adjective (past participle of 'to cage'), and 'cage' is a noun.

This is similar to many other words, too. For example:
"Picture that has been framed (from 'to frame', which means to put into a frame)" = "Framed picture" = "Picture that has been put into a frame"
"House that has been renovated (from 'to renovate', which means to improve a building)" = "Renovated house"

It's a little hard to explain!

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