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Difference Between Formal and Non Formal LanguageThe differences in formal and informal language are of great consequence to the ESL student, be that student a child or adult, novice or advanced. Though formal english constitutes the majority of business-based english in the world, informal english constitutes much of what is spoken day to day. There are few set rules that distinguish the formal from the informal in english, and these distinctions become problematic for the student of ESL. The study of formal and informal english consists of two parts: what constitutes formal or informal english, and in what setting each is appropriate. The formality of english is largely concerned with diction. Watkins et al. write: “Formal english is impersonal; it uses I and you sparingly. It avoids colloquial (conversational) expressions