A message is an informal means of communication. The receiver of the message has to sill through the given message and pick out the most vital bits of information.
Then, he/she should be able to reproduce that information in order to convey it to the person for whom it is intended.
- Name of person to whom the message is directed
- Body of the message
- Name of the writer
Points to remember
- While writing the body of the message, the following points have to be kept in mind—
- Only the most important details should be written.
- No new information should be added.
- Grammatically correct sentences should be used.
- Indirect or reported speech should be used.
- The message should be presented within a box.
- The word limit for a message is 50 words (only the words in the body of the notice are counted).