Informal Letter a letter that is written in a personal fashion

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To My Beloved Caitlyn,

You are always on my mind, I can't stop thinking about you. The first thoughts when I wake, and the last thoughts before I go to sleep are of you. I am such a lucky guy to have found such a wonderful woman. I miss you so much, it has been too long since the last time I saw you.

Your smile is so beautiful and magical. Every time that I think of your smile it lights me up inside. Even when I am having a really bad day, seeing you smile makes me want to smile too and it makes me forget about the previous events of the day.

Caitlyn, you must be the most caring person on earth. You seem to have an unlimited amount of patience and kindness. Every time I make a mistake you are right there to support me. The time that you drove 300 miles just to take care of my sick mother when I was away is just one example of your big heart.

I have had such a great time with you no matter what we are doing. As long as you are around, even doing the most mundane activity is fun. I hope that we'll see each other everyday when I come back, I want to spend as much time with you as possible. I miss you so much.

Love always,

Who are the primary and secondary target audience? (age, gender, ethnicity, interests etc.)

Primary: The lover. (For informal letter in general, it usually target close friends)

Secondary: The male or female who are seeking lovers, which they can use this as reference.

What is the text’s primary purpose and secondary purposes?

Primary: To find a lover and to start a relationship.

Secondary: If he or she rejects me, we can still be friends.

What contextual aspects of the text are important?

According to this writing and txt type, this usually happens in an age group of 18-25.

What important language / linguistic devices contribute to the text’s purpose?

Informal language, to show the lover that he/she has a high EQ.

Is phonology important?

Need to be romantic

For informal letter in general, the sound of language would be really random and daily to be identify as informal.

Is syntax important?

No, as long as it's explained or your receiver can understand it.

Is grammar important?

No, actually if we really want to argue this is correct, it would be like "If it's informal letter, grammar is usually not that accurate, because the purpose for an informal letter is not to show others how powerful your writing is.

What about pragmatics?

Yes, even you can make mistakes, but the general theme need to be clear.

Is typography important? Why?

No, because it's informal, it would save you more time when you focus less on typography.

Visual images, charts and graphics?

Could be, but not essential.

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