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Language has many varying aspects one of which is the difference between formal and informal language. There are various situations that require the use of formal language as there are also settings where informal language would be more appropriate. This article will discuss how these differences affect the overall use of language in both the written and spoken forms. With the use of examples, and material gathered from various sources, this article will give insight into some language attributes that differentiate informal and formal language. Formal language is defined as a language designed for use in situations in which natural language is unsuitable, as for example in mathematics, logic, or computer programming. Formal language is also used in official public notices, business situations, and polite conversations with strangers. Formal language has stricter grammar rules and often uses more difficult vocabulary. Formal language is used more often in the written form than it is in spoken form because it uses an official vocabulary and is grammatically correct offering the reader a clear and precise overview of the material (being read). Indirect language is used to a greater degree in formal language (than informal) as the passive is more common making it less personal and