Invitation and Replies Class 12, Format, Examples, Topics, Samples

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Invitation and Replies Class 12, Format, Examples, Topics, Samples

Class12th 
Chapter Invitation and Replies Class 12
BoardCBSE & All Others boards
Book NCERT
SubjectEnglish Elective  (Flamingo)
Medium English
Study MaterialsCBSE & All Other boards

Invitation and Replies Class 12, Format, Examples, Topics, Samples

Invitation and Replies Class 12
Poster Writing Class 12 Format, Examples, Samples, Topics

Man is a social animal. Interaction and communication between men have become quite natural and indispensable. Writing of replies involves a certain standard of form and style in ‘formal replies’. Good taste, elegance and a refined style are the necessary ingredients for all replies, formal as well as informal. A formal reply is usually very short. It is brief and to the point. 

Business, Official or Public reply letters demand brevity and formal treatment. The quality of a good reply is that it must always be pleasant. Even an unpleasant reply should be presented in the most courteous form. Private or informal repliesſletter, give us a better chance of expressing even our most personal feelings or desires in an informative or intimate style.

A. FORMAL REPLIES

Students should keep in their mind the following salient features of a formal reply.

1. The length of the formal replies should not exceed 50 words as per CBSE guidelines.

2. Formal replies should be brief and to the point. There is no place for unnecessary details and superfluous matter in them. 

3. Formal replies demand a formal tone and treatment as they are replies to or from offices, commercial firms or educational institutions.

EXAMINATION STYLE QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

1. Draft a formal reply accepting an invitation to be present on the occasion of the marriage of Vivek s/o Mr. & Mrs Verma of 23, Ratan Verma Road, Ranchi. You are Ashok Oberai of Sadar Bazar, Delhi. 

Ans. Mr and Mrs Ramesh Bhomic thank Mr and Mrs Verma for inviting them on the occasion of the marriage of their son Vivek, Ranchi on May 10, 2005. 

They assure them that they will be present on the occasion to wish the newlyweds a very happy married life. Mr and Mrs Oberoi will reach Ranchi by the Ranchi Express which leaves Delhi at 6.00 a.m. 

Ashok Oberoi 

20 March, 200…

2. Mr Ramesh Sharma’s mother died on March 5, 2005. His friends and relatives wrote to him condoling the death of his mother. Draft a formal reply on behalf of Mr. Sharma his address being 29, Indira Colony Dhanbad

Ans. Ramesh Sharma of 29, Indira Colony, Dhanbad feels deeply indebted to all his friends, relatives and well-wishers who have been so good as to share his sorrow in his hour of bereavement. It is this sympathy, love and kindness alone that has given him the strength to bear this irreparable loss. 

Ramesh Sharma

20 March 2005

3. You sent an article to be published in the Times of India. Using the information given below in the input, draft a formal reply from the Editor, the Times of India regretting that the article has been found acceptable to the paper. The article received the subject matter and the treatment not in line with the editorial policy rejection regretted. 

Ans. 

  • 20 March 2005
  • The Editor New Delhi-110002
  • Times of India

Dear Sir,

              We received your article ‘Karl Marx On India’ on 25th February 2005. We are sorry to inform you that the same has been rejected because the subject matter and its treatment do not fall in with our editorial policy. Thank you for your co-operation and contribution.

Editor

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4. Genius Public School tour party applied for an Entry Permit to Deputy Commissioner Dimapur. Using the information given below in the input, draft an official reply from the Deputy Commissioner’s office Dimapur, Nagaland refusing Entry-Permit to the students due to unavoidable circumstances. Entry-permit can’t be issued-on security grounds-renewed & intensified terrorist activities-wait for a couple of days.

Ans.

  • The Deputy Commissioner
  • Dimapur
  • Nagaland

25 March 2005

  • The Group Leader 
  • Genius Public School Tour-Party
  • Hotel Ritz
  • Dimapur

Subject-Entry Permit

Sir,

    Your request for granting an Entry-Permit to 40 members of your tour party can’t be entered on security grounds. The renewed activities of the terrorists have made the Dimapur-Kohima road quite unsafe. Wait till the situation turns normal.

Sd/- 

Deputy Commissioner

5. You applied for the membership of Recreation Club, Jamshedpur and also made certain enquiries regarding the admission of new members. Using the information given below in the input, draft a reply from the secretary of the Club refusing you membership on certain grounds. Application for membership received-membership can’t be granted new members can’t be admitted for a year.

Ans 

  • The Secretary
  • Recreation Club
  • Jamshedpur-1

10 Sept. 2005

  • Sh. Sanjay Kumar
  • 10 L, Model Town
  • Jamshedpur-1

Sir,

Your request for membership in the Club can’t be entertained. The Managing Committee in its General Body meeting in July closed the membership of the Club for a year.

M. K. Bhatia

Secretary

6. Using the information given below in the input, draft a formal reply from the Sales Manager, Agarwal Steels, Ranchi to M/s Sinha Iron & Steel, Kanpur, telling them that transactions with them will be made by after they supply you with two references of known and established firms. First transaction-give two references having transactions with us-inconvenience regretted

Ans

  • Agarwal Steels
  • Ranchi
  • 25 August 2005
  • M/s Sinha Iron & Steel
  • Kanpur

Ref: Two References of Firms.

Dear Sir,

We acknowledge your order No. R/N/54 dated 25 July 2005 for the supply of 200 tons of iron scraps. This being your first transaction with us, we would like you to supply us with two references, already having transactions with us. 

  • Inconvenience is regretted.
  • Yours faithfully
  • Sd/-
  • Sales Manager

B. INFORMAL REPLIES

1. Informal replies are nothing but personal letters to friends, acquaintances and relatives. 

2. The tone and treatment of informal replies demand a relaxed and informal style.

3. We can give vent our personal feelings or emotions in informal replies. This is simply not possible in formal replies. 

4. The students should note that as per CBSE guidelines, the length of an informal reply should not exceed so words.

5. Some examples of informal replies have also been given in the chapter ‘Invitation’ under the sub-headings Respond to Invitation. 

1. You are Ashok / Abha. You have been invited to attend the wedding of your friend’s sister during summer vacation. Respond to the invitation accepting the invitation. 

Ans.

  • Ratu Road
  • Ranchi
  • 15 May 2005

Dear Sukhdeo

Thank you very much for inviting me to join the marriage celebrations of your elder sister Veena on May 20, 2005, in Jaipur. I shall be delighted to be present on the occasion and wish the newlyweds a very happy married life.

  • With regards
  • Yours sincerely
  • Ashok

2. You have received an invitation to attend the prize giving ceremoney on the occasion of the Regional Social Sciences Exhibition. Write a letter to the Secretary of “The World View’ (the organiser of the exhibition) informing him about your inability to attend. Give three reasons.

Ans.

  • Vishtupur
  • Jamshedpur
  • 15th September 2005
  • The Secretary 
  • The World View
  • M.G. Road 
  • Bangalore

Subject-Inability to attend the prize-giving ceremony.

Sir, 

Thank you very much for inviting me to attend the prize-giving ceremony of the Regional Social Science Exhibition organised by “The World View”. I am sorry to inform you that. I shall not be able to attend it due to three unavoidable reasons. First, I have to attend the inauguration ceremoney of my uncle’s new house in the morning on the same day. 

Second, I shall be present at the wedding of my close friend’s elder sister in the evening. Moreover, my mother’s indifferent health can’t allow me for outings late in the evenings. 

  • Yours faithfully 
  • Sunil Manjhi

3. You were invited by the local unit of the Boogie Woogie, a talent search organisation, to make a selection of the local teams for participation in the Zonal competition and performance at the national level. But you are not in a position to do so because you have met with an accident. Write a letter to the convener regretting your inability to honour the request and explaining to him your position. You are Shankar/Sangeeta Murmu. 

Ans

  • Ashokpuri
  • Giridih
  • 25th August 2005
  • The Convener Boogie Woogie
  • (Giridih Unit)
  • Giridih

Sabject-Inability to be present for the selection of teams.

Sir,

    I feel honoured to be invited by the local unit of Boogie Woogie, a talent search organisation, to make a selection of the local teams. However, I am constrained to express my inability to attend the function as I met with a road accident only the last week. The doctors have advised me another ten days. I regret my inability to honour your request. 

  • Yours Faithfully 
  • Shankar Mormu 



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FAQs

Q. What are official responses?

A formal response is often quite succinct. It is succinct and direct. A good response must always be pleasant as a defining characteristic. One must be polite and respectful even while denying the invitation or citing an inability to attend. Formal responses necessitate a formal demeanour.

Q. How do I answer or respond?

When you SMS your pals requests such, “Please reply to the invitation by tomorrow,” “reply” is definitely a preferable option. Sounds a lot more organic.

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