A newspaper has a great contribution to our society, every day in growing our society. Sometimes we need to inform something to a newspaper, but we get confused about how to write to a newspaper. Here are detailed instructions and a sample letter to the editor of a Newspaper.
Letter to newspaper fall into the following categories:
- Letters that complain about sometimes and suggest changes or improvements.
- The letter that supports or argue against views expressed in the newspaper or in the readers’ columns.
- The letter that comments on current affairs
- Letters that comment on and add information to articles published in the newspaper
Letter to the editor of a newspaper
5 hospital road
Use of Loud Speakers
But nobody has the right to force it on others, particularly at a time when people go to bed. I suggest that the district administration should impose restrictions on the use of loud-speakers in residential areas.
Another sample letter to the editor of a newspaper
The Bangladesh Times
But when they retire, they are denied this. With the cost of living rising sharply, most pensioners find it difficult to make both ends meet. True, they get a lump sum in addition to the pension. But many of them not only spend the lump sum but also get into debt in building a house.
So they can hardly afford the expenses religious festivals involve. The government can during some sunshine into the pensioners’ minds by giving them festival bonuses. This will mean an extra expenditure, but it should not be difficult for the government to find the money involved. What is necessary is to make some adjustments or cuts here and there.
Surely people who devoted the best part of their lives to the service of the nation deserve in their old age sympathetic consideration in this respect from the government.
- The language you need to use in writing such a letter depends upon the subject. However, you should know how to do the following thing
- Arrange ideas in a logical order
- Introduce evidence and illustration
- Introduce countering arguments
- Compare and contrast
- Make conclusions.