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The difference between the message and letter


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The following examples explain The difference between the message and letter

 

 

 

message [countable]

 

1 a spoken or written piece of information that you send to another person or leave for them

 

Did you get my message?

 

message from

 

There's a message from Karen on the answerphone.

 

message for

 

I have an urgent message for you.

 

He left a message saying he would probably be a little late.

 

I use the internet mainly for sending email messages.

 

I'm sorry, she's out right now, can I take a message?

 

He wanted me to pass on a message to the police.

 

The family would like to express their thanks to all those who sent messages

of sympathy after Jack's tragic accident

 

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letter [countable]

 

a written or printed message that is usually put in an envelope and sent by mail

 

letter from/to

 

I got a long letter from Melanie today.

 

Bart's writing a letter to his parents.

 

 

 

post a letter British English /mail a letter American English

 

Could you post this letter for me?

 

a letter of thanks/introduction/complaint etc

 

Julie received a letter of apology from the hospital.

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