– What information was incorrect
– What the editor should do about this.
– recommend a restaurant to eat
– give some advice on transportation
Write a letter to your trainer to let him/her know that you cannot continue doing a sport activity with him/her. In your letter
– Give details of the sport activity and your session times
– Explain why you are leaving
– Tell the trainer what you liked about him/her.
Write a letter to your former employer to ask him/her for a reference letter to give to your new employer. In your letter
– Remind him/her about what you were doing in the company.
– Tell him/her about the responsibilities in your new job.
– Ask him/her for a reference letter.
– Explain how you will teach him/her
– Say what books you’d like to borrow.
You recently organized an event that was mentioned in a newspaper article. The article had some incorrect information about the event.
Write a letter to the newspaper editor and include the following:
– When and where the article was published
– What information in the article was wrong
– How you expect the editor to correct the error
You have a meeting with your manager the next day. Write a letter telling him/her what you are going to discuss in the meeting. Include the following in your letter:
– What have you done for the company in the year you worked there?
– What changes would you like to recommend?
– What training do you require?
Write a letter to your friend about a job opportunity you came across that they might find interesting. In your letter
– give some details about the job
– mention how you came across the job opportunity
– explain why you feel the job would be suitable for your friend.
You are doing an evening course. Write a letter to the principal of your school and explain that the course that you are taking is slightly different in the way it is delivered from what the school offered. In your letter
– provide the details of the course
– explain what the problem is
– give some suggestions to fix the problem.
Write a letter to your friend to ask him/her to develop a website for your business. In your letter
– Give a brief description of the business
– Mention what you’d like to be there on the website
– Provide some ideas on use of images on the web site.
– What have you done about it?
– What would you like the landlord to do?
– Explain what you learned while working for the company.
– Tell him/her what you liked about the company.
– What was the mistake?
– Explain what you would like the manager to do about it.
– Describe your skills and experience
– Ask for some information about working in his/her country
Your local city council has decided to pull down the oldest building in your area because of monetary problems.
Write a letter to the planning manager. In your letter
– Say why this building is important to you
– Explain what purpose this building can serve in the future
– Suggest possible ways to generate funds for the repair work.
– Why don’t children go to the playground?
– What can be done to bring children back to the park?
– Explain why the documents are important
– Tell the manager what you want him/her to do with the documents.
– Explain what the gym’s response was when you reported the problem.
– Say what you would like the manager to do about the problem.
– The items you left behind
– What you want the manager to do.