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How to write “Letters of Apology” Letter writing examples for Class 9, Class 10, Class 11, Class 12 and Graduation Classes

Letters of Apology

Since none of us is perfect, there are occasion when it is necessary to apologize for a mistake, error, oversight. A letter of apology must be written promptly. If there is an explanation, devote a few sentences to it if there is none admit it, since a lame excuse will do little towards smoothing ruffled feelings. Express your regrets and assurances that such an incident will not happen again. Offer to arrange for repairs of to pay for damages. The letter should convey a sense of sincerity and cooperation on your part.

 

Example No. 1

Dear Mrs. Raj,

The superintendent informed us that you were annoyed by our television last night. We certainly do not want to cause you any disturbance, particularly in view of Mr. Raj’s condition. If you had called the matter to our attention immediately, we would have lowered the volume and closed the windows.

The boys are extremely interested in night baseball games, and though I do not wish  to ask them to forgo that pleasures, I will see to it that they take every precaution to keep the sound from disturbing you.

If at any time you should find our activates, brother , some, please do not hesitate to let us know. We shall try to co-operate in every was we can.

Sincerely your,

Rakesh

 

Example No. 2

Dear Mohan,

I was heartsick when Raj told me about the accident to Sheela’s china doll. I know how long it had been in the family and how much sentimental value it had for you.

If I could replace the doll and the memories it had for your I could certainly do so. Unfortunately, that is impossible, so I have asked Ram to send up the prettiest modern doll in the store. I know Sheela will love her, and I hope that in time the doll will replace the old one in her affections.

Please explain to Sheela how sorry we all are.

Very cordially,

Suresh

 

Example No. 3

Dear Mrs. Kapoor,

Satish has told me about our cat’s adventure among your day posy. I don’t know how to tell you how sorry I am, for the pusy were so lovely and I know how proud of them you were.

Nibbles is usually such a good cat that can’t imagine what got into her yesterday. Perhaps it’s the first sign of spring. At any rate, we’ve taken measures to keep her where she can’t possibly run off again.

Unfortunately, there is no making amends for the flowers you working on so carefully. If there is anything that can be repaired. I’d like to have our gardener see what he can do. He comes on Fridays. So if you’ll let me know what time is convenient, I will arrange to have him see you.

In the meantime , please accept a few of my begonias as a compensation. They-are potted and just ready for transplanting.

Sincerely yours,

Sudesh

 

Example No. 4

Dear Mrs. Malhotra,

I was fortunately at home yesterday when our dogs scratched sonny. I cleaned the scratch immediately and bandaged it, so there should be no cause for worry.

The boys were wrestling in the backyard when Papy decided to get in on the fun. I guess he didn’t realize his nails were so sharp, for he is always very gentle with children.

Papy has been properly punished, and I’m sure he won’t scratch again the boys have agreed to keep him as club mascot with the promise that any wresting in the future will be out of Papy’s right.

Very sincerely,

Sushma

Example No. 5

Dear Kailash,

My face has been red all morning! How can I apologize for missing our luncheon date yesterday?

You know my  has been on Parmod’s wedding. I was so absorbed in the details on the reception that I completely forgot about our date.

Please forgive me. Let’s make it next Tuesday. I promise to I promise to tie a string around my finger so I won’t forget.

Affectionately,

Kamal

Example No. 6

Dear Suresh,

It wasn’t till I got to the office this morning that I realized this was Thursday and I had missed our lunch date yesterday. The peaked hat you will see me wearing next time we meet will have “Dunce” written across the hand.

I honestly don’t know how it happened, since I has been looking forward to seeing you all week. Can you make it for lunch next Monday at the same place? I’ll be there at one o’clock unless I hear from you.

As ever,

Kuljeet

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