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Writing on behalf of a group

Since that's a prepositional clause "of pronoun" and reflexive, you want "On behalf of my wife and myself, I express our extreme displeasure."

You shouldn't just go on talking in the first person, though. I think it only makes sense to state that you are saying something. "On behalf of my wife and myself, I'm going now." — doesn't make sense.

As a matter of style, it might be better to simply use the first person plural. "My wife and I cordially invite you to a ditch digging ceremony." You can speak on your wife's behalf without specifically using the word "behalf."

writing on behalf of a group 10 Tips On Writting E-mail When Sending For or on Behalf of ...

Very formal (for official business letters)
To Whom It May Concern: Use only when you do not know to whom you must address the letter, for example, when writing to an institution.
Dear Sir/Madam, Use when writing to a position without having a named contact.
Dear Mr Smith, Use when you have a named male contact.
Dear Ms Smith, Use when you have a named female contact; do not use the old-fashioned Mrs.
Dear Dr Smith, Use when writing to a named doctor.
Dear Prof Smith, Use when writing to a named professor.
Dear Xu Li, Type the whole name when you are unsure of the recipient’s gender.
Less formal but still professional (business letters)
Dear colleagues, Use when writing to a group of people.
Dear Mary, Use when writing to a named female.
Dear John, Use when writing to a named male.
Informal (personal letters)

These salutations should be used with people you are close to, as they might offend others.

Hello guys, Use when writing to a group of people you know very well.
Hi, Use when writing to one or more people you know very well.
  •  There should be a comma after the salutation and a colon after “To Whom It May Concern”.
  • No full stop is needed after Mr, Ms, and Dr.
  • The form Mrs is outdated.
  • Avoid the exclamation (!) in salutations.

Starting your letter

There two ways in which business letters usually start: they make reference to a previous contact, for example, phone conversation, meeting, previous mail correspondence; or they are the first contact with the recipient.

Comments

  1. Bohidulapevod

    Just curious - what do you think writing a scene about group sex amongst minors indicates about a person"s mind? Glass houses and all that.

  2. Kosinatezu

    I posted a picture in a writing group and someone wrote a story about it and im fucking in love with it

  3. Huhoxipozoc

    The badge of a powerful organisation, with writing etched on the back that defames that group.

  4. Dofegojemey

    I like my writing critique group we do nothing ever at all

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