Írjunk gratuláló levelet! – How to write a congratulation letter
Congratulations! We have just heard about your outstanding result. What a remarkable accomplishment! Winning the national swimming competition is an unbelievably big success. Well done, we are very happy for you.
We are sure there must have been many times when you wanted to give up, or when spending time doing other things may have seemed more attractive than training, but your hard work and diligence have certainly paid off.
I am sure we will be seeing and hearing a great deal more about your achievements in the future. Keep up the good work.
Jane and Mike
Some advice on writing congratulation letters:
1.Write the congratulation letter as soon as possible after the big event. This is your chance to notice their special occasion. People love to receive a letter after a fortunate event takes place.
2. State the specific occasion.
3. At the beginning, express what motivated you to write your letter.
4. Express praise and approval. Outline the reader’s accomplishments and the good it has done or it will do.
5. Keep your congratulation letter simple and concise. Usually under one page in length is enough—You want the person to read it!
6. Be positive. Don’t include any negative comments or unhappy news.
7. Don’t exaggerate your congratulatory words. Your letter may seem sarcastic or mocking.