Practical English Usage
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Letters of condolence
A letter of condolence is tangible proof that the person cared enough to write. It is therefore more appreciated than a phone call. Many people keep meaningful letters of condolence and reread them in times of pain.
Letters of condolence should always be handwritten. They must be written with tact and sincerity. Write promptly after the person's loss.
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