When do i use Mrs./Ms./Miss?

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asked on 20 Jan 2011
Joseph Sheppard Joseph Sheppard
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Ms. is widely used in business and public life to address or refer to a woman, especially if her marital status is either unknown or irrelevant to the context. More traditionally, Miss is used to refer to an unmarried woman, and Mrs. is used to refer to a married woman. Some women may indicate a preference for Ms., Miss, or Mrs., which you should honor. If a woman has an academic or professional title, use the appropriate form of address Doctor, Professor, Captain instead of Ms., Miss, or Mrs.

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