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hi

When we right letter sometime we have to write "To the In Charge or In-Charge" I have seen both the way used by people. I just want to know the difference between this two and the right one to use while writing letters.

Thanking you

Yours truly, Himadri Roy
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It is not correct to say the 'The In Charge' or 'In-Charge'. Below are example sentences.

The AIS officer in charge was helpful, once Myeloski had shown him his warrant-card, and helped the Englishman plan his route.



The man in charge of the murder inquiry, Det Supt Albert Kirby, flew down to London to appeal to the public live on the programme.
Hi Himu,

When you write a letter and you don't know the name of the person you are writing to, you might say something like

Dear Store Manager:

Dear Customer Service Supervisor:

To the person in charge of assigning tee times:

You can write to a title (Store Manager) if absolutely necessary. I personally would call to ask the person's name if it was at all possible.
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Hi,

Instead of the person in charge, we often refer to 'the manager'.

eg In a store, I might say 'Can I speak to the manager, please.'

If I wanted to write to him or her, but didn't know his name, I'd address the envelope to

ABC Store, Attention: The Manager

But I'd start the letter with

Dear Sir/Madam,

Best wishes, Clive
Yes, Clive has given a far better answer. Ignore what I said - except the part about trying to call to get a name if you can.
Thank you Barbara

But here another question arises say if I want to write a letter to a particular department and dont know whome to write , what I mean to say if I dont know the designation of the responsible person whme I will write the letter, on this case how can I reffer the responsible person.

I hope I made myself clear but if you found any mistake in this post please tel me Barbara, I will be very thankful to you.

Yours truly, Himu
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Hi,

We usually consider that a 'department' has a 'manager', so you could just write to

The Manager, Department ABC

Or, as Barbara suggests, you could perhaps call the department and ask them to tell you the manager's name.

Best wishes again, Clive
HimadriBut here another question arises say if I want to write a letter to a particular department and dont know whome to write , what I mean to say if I dont know the designation of the responsible person whme I will write the letter, on this case how can I reffer the responsible person.
whom to write
Sir

Here "Whome" means the conserned person who is responsible for the particular matter. Or in other word if I dont know the designation of that person than what should I write to him.

Thanking you

Yours truly, Himadri Roy
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