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it is an informal group
An informal group is a group that has no written rules controlling the behavior of their members.
A formal group is a group that has organization, structure, officers, and regular meetings. An informal group is more relaxed and more of a social gathering.
Most Labor Unions are a formal group of workers.
A formal letter is a letter that is written for business purposes. An informal letter is a letter that is written to family or friends.
Formal groups have a stated , common purpose . They generally have a group leader , or each member takes a turn at leading the group.
A memo is by it's nature an informal communication dispersed among a group of people. However, there is both a formal and a more informal way in which to word the salutation and body of the memo.
The formal curriculum is planned by a specific group of people to meet required and necessary needs. The informal curriculum is not planned, it's randomly done.
the answer is like a peer group or informal or formal group
you (refering to one person) tu (informal)usted (formal)you (plural)ustedes ( there is no formal or informal for this one)It depends on who you are talking to. Tú if you are speaking to someone familiar ' a family member or friend. Usted is used for more formal situations.tú (with accent over the 'u')This is the informal 'you' and it is singular.vosotros: plural, informal 'you'ustedThis is the formal 'you' and it is singular.ustedes: plural, formal 'you'
Difference between a group and an organization need to be sorted out first. An organization consists of two or more people expending systematic effort towards some common goals which produce goods or services. Whereas a group of people consists of two or more individuals coming together for pursuit of a common concern such as common interest or friendship. Informal organizations normally emerge within or against a formal organization and the members of the informal organization may be driven by a common goal that may compliment or work against the goals of the formal organization. An informal group is a group of people casually acquainted with each other for their own personal fulfillment because they have some common characteristics and concerns (interests/hobbies/friendship). The members of the 'grapevine' often found within a formal organization can also be called an informal group. Whilst it is easy to differentiate between a formal group and a formal organization, the differences between informal group and informal organization tend to be blurred.