With the increase in the use of mobile phones and computers, fewer people are writing letters. Some people think that the traditional skill of writing letters will disappear completely. To what extent do you agree or disagree? How important do you think is letter-writing?

“To write is human, to receive a letter: Devine!” – Susan Lendroth These days, technology and devices
has completely changed
have completely changed
our communication methods. Some people consider it revolutionary, while others project
idea to be “very impersonal” which makes our relationship less personal. No doubt, with the world-spread of
a hand-held mobile radiotelephone for use in an area divided into small sections, each with its own short-range transmitter/receiver
, computers and laptops the correspondence became much more comfortable and it is hard to imagine a different world. In my opinion, the skill of writing-letters
beneficial for developing strong interpersonal relationships.
the handwritten - letter
a handwritten - letter
is important in authoritative and official documents,
as an academic examination.
, receiving a handwritten-letter has a different impact on us than an email or text message. Automatically, our brain generates a feeling of appreciation and gratitude for the sender. It shows interest from that person to spend time thinking of us and lay down their thoughts and feelings, which we consider more honest than send it via internet.
The handwritten - letter
A handwritten - letter
is a treasure with an immense value.
For example
, Churchill’s letter of thank you, dated in 1906 is now valuated between £1000 and £1500. I still keep personal handwritten-letters from my family, hopefully when I became famous will be sold at
similar price
similar prices
a similar price
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