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other night while I was walking home along Baxter’s Lane. It was quite late and there was no one else about. I was nearing the end of the lane, when suddenly I began to feel uneasy, as if I was being followed. Then, I heard the sound of heavy breathing behind me. As you can imagine, I was terrified! I turned, and to my surprise there was a dog behind me. At first, I thought the dog was a wolf. It was large, black and white and had strange piercing green eyes. My heart started beating quickly and I felt I was in danger. I started walking faster. When I got to the end of the street and looked back, the dog was nowhere to be seen. Anyway, I wanted to share this story with you because I remember you told me about a similar experience you had on Baxter’s Lane. Write back and tell me what you think! Best wishes, Phil
INFORMAL LETTER: ASKING FOR INFORMATION The course finishes on Friday 18 th, but I’m not flying back until the Sunday evening. Could I come and see you then? Do let me know if we can arrange something. There are a couple of other things. The flight in doesn't arrive until 11 in the evening. Are there any buses into the city centre that late? If so, could you find out how much they cost and how long they take? The other thing is that I need to know what the weather will be like, so I can bring the right sort of clothes. I don't want to arrive with all the wrong things! Anyway, I do hope we can meet up - it'd be great to see you again. Yours, Sandy INFORMAL LETTER: ASKING FOR INFORMATION Dear Juan, I'm planning to visit Madrid in June for ten days. I was wondering if you could send me some information concerning the Saman Hotel. I'd like to know how many rooms the hotel has and what category it is. Would you also find out what the price for a single room is and what is included in that price? Lastly, could you tell me what services the hotel provides for its guests? I'd be grateful if you could get this information for me Thanks for your help. Love, INFORMAL LETTER : ASKING FOR INFORMATION Dear Sir/ Madam, There are a few things I need to know about your Dance-Aerobics classes. Firstly, what time are the classes held each day? I’d like to take evening classes, if possible. I also think it’s a good idea to keep classes small. I prefer classes with fewer than fifteen people. I was in a really big aerobics class once, and it was too crowded. Don’t you just hate that? I think aerobics classes are great fun. I like sweating and jumping around as the heavy beat of the music pounds in my body. It’s the greatest, don’t you think? I’m looking forward to your reply. Please send it soon as I’m eager to begin the classes. Thanks. Yours, Rita Simmons
I think we should travel by car. we can use a train. Train is much faster than coach. an outdoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi. The first train departures at 7 o'clock and arrives to Edinburgh at 12. The return fare at weekends is 90₤ and at all other days is 75₤. jam and cereals. The price of a single room is £100 per night without breakfast or £115 per night with breakfast included. . Crescent is a wonderfully exclusive hotel which offers a huge range of facilities. It is an "A" category hotel with a restaurant. I was delighted to hear that you’ve had a promotion and are doing so well. So. At weekends it costs 60₤ and at all other days it's 45₤. On the other side travel by coach is cheaper. It was great to get your letter last week.30 each morning and consists of coffee.15. 18.12. Secondly. I'm so glad that you are going to visit me. I’d like you to know that you’d be more than welcome to stay with us during your visit but I’ll fully understand if you choose to stay in a hotel especially since we live so far from the exhibition centre. so I am agree that we should spend few days there. as for me. we would love to show you the surrounding countryside which stretches for miles across the Cotswolds and is one of the prettiest areas in Britain. juice. a cocktail lounge. which will be held in Bath next month. Tom INFORMAL LETTER : GIVING FOR INFORMATION My dear friends. There is 540 km between Cambridge and Edinburgh. The town itself is very pretty and there are lots of quaint tea shops and old-fashioned pubs. I miss you much and hope we'll spend time very interesting. The second departures in an hour. I can suggest several reasonably priced hotels such as The Belvington.INFORMAL LETTER : GIVING FOR INFORMATION Dear John. We can achieve Edinburgh in 5 . I'm writing to thank you for your letter and give you the information you asked for. Looking forward to seeing you soon. The coach departures at 11. the city of Bath is renowned for being a beautiful spa town and I would recommend a visit to the Roman baths. The Palace and The George Hotel. The car hire is 40 ₤ a day plus petrol and insurance. If time allows. tea. Regards. milk.56 and arrives at 13. Your sincerely Irene Sally INFORMAL LETTER: GIVING A INFORMATION Dear Sally.38. bread. the Saman Hotel has 200. It's like train goes three times a day . You also mentioned the book fair in your letter. to be on a fresh air and enjoy our journey. but it takes much time. especially since we haven ’t been in touch for so long. If we travel by car. The return fare there less than on the train. but less time. at 7. Breakfast is offered from 8 -10. First of all. I hope you are well. a TV and a small bar. air-conditioned rooms.18 and 22. Alternatively. Each room has its own bathroom. all of which are a stone's throw from where the book fair will be held in the centre of Bath. And at last we can travel by coach. And also we have a chance to inspect surroundings. but tickets on train are more expensive than on coach. we'll spend much money. if you're happy to pay more. It takes 10 hours to achieve Edinburgh.30. a telephone. As you probably know.6 hours. I've also heard that Edinburgh is very old and beautiful city. I've addressed to the travel agency and have got all information how to go to Edinburgh. It goes three times a day. we can travel by car. Firstly. The next train is at 9 o'clock and arrives at 14.
Love. It'll take us about five hours. because the journey is quite long and tairing. as you said you wanted to see this place. Another way to get there is by coach but the time will be there is late evening or early morning and we'll have to travel for whole night and I know how you hate traveling by coach. it is quite cheap and convinient but I can't drive here and so you because of right-hand driving. the best way is to get a train from Cambridge to Edingburgh. Martin. I resived your letter and I'm writing about go to Edinburgh with you next month. which I got yesterday. There is another possibility to travel there. In my opinion.The hotel provides many services such as room service. Give me a ring so we can have a chat about it. A quick note to help you decide where to hang out over the holydays. Thank you for your letter. quiet island that hasn’t been overrun by tourism yet. so you can really get a feel for the local culture. It’s a small. I'm going to get the tickets and am planning about what we do there. maid and laundry services. Kitts last summer and it was great. If we go here by coach. there’s an extra charge for room and laundry service. So shall we go there by train. which is hiring a car. However. You can hop over to other islands too. Otherwise see you next month. the cost will be ₤ 40 a day plus petrol and insurance. If we go there by car. You couldn't have chosen a better time because I'll have my hafe-term brake from school so I'll be able to spend whole week with you. because there are boats leaving St. Happy to give you the number of my travel agent if you’re interested. Bill and I went to ST. Maid service is provided free. I hope all the inforrmation which I provide here will help you to make the right deciedion. Kitts every few hours. I can't wait to see you here. the cost will be ₤ 45 unless we go there on friday or Saturday. Looking forward to seeing you soon. JUAN INFORMAL LETTER: GIVING A INFORMATION Dear my friends. the cheapest way to get to Edinburgh. Patricia Paragraph plan for letter of complaint INFORMAL LETTER: GIVING A INFORMATION Dear Jason . please let me know. You have already made a few attempts to find out. I hope this information is helpful. you can go and party in St. But we'll have to rent a car and will have to find parks often. I was surpraised that you and Juan are deceided to coma to visit me next month. LOVE. However. It's the cheapest. If you have questions or good idea. I'm looking forward to seeing you in June. If you need anything else. call or write me as soon as possible. this is not the cheapest one. I went to a travel agency and got some information. Look forward to seeing you Love Louise INFORMAL LETTER: GIVING A INFORMATION Dear Christine. If St. I'm sure we'll have a grate time. We can spend most of the time in Edinburgh. The cost will be ₤ 75 unless we go there on friday or Saturday. But it'll take us about 10 hours. Love Julia INFORMAL OF GIVING AN INFORMATION: Dear Jane. Kitts is too quiet.
It was great to do so many interesting things. thanks again for a marvellous weekend. The Gambler was the first play I’ve been to for over five years. I also thought the four actors in The Gambler were all superb. There’s just one thing – you’d better remember to get in touch with us when you’re over here. or we’ll be very upset! Love Martha INFORMAL LETTER : GIVING INFORMATION Dear Paul This is just a short note to let you know what arrangements I’ve made for you to stay in the flat next week. because you won’t want to carry your passport round all the time. It’s the enormous building on your right as you walk up the hill from the tube station. We saw New York together. I’d like to say how much I enjoyed staying with you in London last weekend. I wonder if you could remember to do a couple of things for me during your stay? The first is to water all the plants at least once while you are there. because it’s very expensive. Is that all right with you? Chris got a bit of a shock. particularly when it comes to travelling around. preferably towards the end of the week. By the way.tionist at the hospital. Let’s try and write to each other more often from now on. You can’t miss it. I’ll have to come up to London again soon. It’s very cheap and reasonably fast. You ought to bring a little English currency with you. Diane. If. You can travel by plane or ferry. it’s a good idea to have mainly traveller’s cheques. there are some extra blankets in the airing cupboard in the bathroom. If I were you. You persuaded me to buy the yellow dress in that old beautiful little shop in Covent Garden.Incidentally. It would be worth bringing another form of identification. isn’t it? I thought The Gambler was extremely funny. Why not contact a few travel agents? They sometimes offer cheap flights. I told Chris that I’d spent over 150 quid in two days. We had those enormous cream cakes. isn’t there? I especially enjoyed sitting outside that cafe. as they’re much safer. who works at the Royal Free Hospital. in case the banks are shut when you arrive. However. I shouldn’t think Chris will want me to come and stay with you in London too often! Chris said he liked the yellow dress. for any reason.It was great to hear that you’re coming over. I’ve made up the bed for you in the spare room so you won’t need to bring a sleeping-bag. she’ll leave them with the recep. too and I’d love to come and stay with you in London again sometime. That man reminded me of Robert De Niro in New York. We were at university. If you find you are not warm enough at night. I’d take the ferry. you get there after that time.Anyway. Whatever you do. By the way. We can go and see another play together at the theatre. And the other is to make sure that you close all the windows and double-lock the door when you go out I’ve arranged to leave the keys with the girl in the flat upstairs. which is when she sets off for work. Well. as for the flat itself. She’ll be working nights at the hospital next week so you’ll have to pick them up by seven at the latest. Chris said that he didn’t understand why I wanted another dress! There’s such a lovely atmosphere in Covent Garden. We also listened to that man playing the saxophone. I think that’s about everything Have a good week in London and thanks again for “flatsitting ”! With love from Jane INFORMAL LETTER : GIVING INFORMATION Dear Rachel Just thought I’d write you a few lines. on the right-hand wall next to the hot water tank. It was great to go to so many interesting places. you’ll probably find it’s well worth getting a student card – you’ll be able to get all sorts of discounts. like an ID card. don’t book a seat on a scheduled flight. That’s a long time. you’ll find the central heating controls in the same cupboard. Then we won’t lose . Now.
but first of all. It was such a pretty place. because when you study you need a lot of energies. Thank you for your letter and the lovely photographs of your new house. I know that the first term at college is very hard because when I started my college. but I didn’t. I received your kind letter last week and I was surprised of how depressed you are. Lots of love. they might have some good opportunities. They can give your a good advice and tell how to learn easily. Try to have some rest (do you sleep enough? don’t you go out to enough?) Book your Saturday. It looks beautiful. If you have any problem with your lessons. Thank you for your letter. I wish you the best. you will be more relax. if you can ’t. Maybe. If you need I could lend you some money. I'm sure you'd have loved it.touch again. try to find another one or. Sarah INFORMAL LETTER : GIVING INFORMATION Dear Lucy. go to the college library to study. We spent ages choosing where to go to but finally decided that the Virgin Islands was a good decision. You say you’ve got no money. We spent all day on the beach sunbathing and enjoying the good weather. I remember my first term. you can find a holiday job – ask your Students Club. I'm sending you some photos of our holiday in the Virgin Islands. Maybe she can help you. you could study in the college library or you could look for another flat in a more quiet place. Let me know if settle in your new life. I was so exhausted too. accept only parties in Saturday night (also because you can sleep on Sunday!). Don’t go out too often. Mary INFORMAL LETTER: ADVICE Dear Peter. All my love. then went to a disco or took long walks on the beach. I feel sorry for you now. Even though you feel exhausted you haven ’t to give up! I think that you should speak with your teacher trying to look for a solution. Another thing that I think it’s very important is that you have to eat complete meals. was the same for me. one year ago. You have to stay at college because you need it if you want a good work later. you have only to ask me! INFORMAL LETTER: ADVICE Dear Mary. . As you. If where you live it’s too noisy. We decided to book a hotel close to the beach and we were lucky because our room had a huge balcony with a gorgeous view of the sea. I thought of giving up too. Why? I know how expensive studying is. If your home is too noisy. don’t waste your money. Our hotel was fantastic. Best wishes. because I know how much you wanted to go college. talk to your teachers. Isabelle. In the evenings we went out to eat in local restaurants. I'm really looking forward to seeing you then. I think I must have put on some weight! I've brought back a little souvenir for you which I'll bring with me when we come and visit you next month.
I think you will have success in your business. Sounds to me like a really good idea for a holiday. and nobody ever says thank you. I had a lovely birthday. ______________________________________________________ _____________________________. Apparently. Don't worry about it. Ask your parents or your friends to read in hearing story or something like that and try to take it down. You know I've been a nurse for years and it's been fun. it’s only about fifteen minutes by car to the coast. Nursing is like being a mother: you work long hours. If you want to be a nurse. Well. go for it. Don't lose courage. Brian. What a shame you couldn’t come back to Bradford for that weekend! You know in your letter you were wondering if I had made any holiday plans for the summer. I was wondering if _____________________ .INFORMAL LETTER: ADVICE Dear George I read about yours problems. which your teacher explains and don't succeed to write it. After that you can watch TV or play tennis. but sometimes I wish I'd taken an easier road. but think about it first. Love. and after that we went on to a disco in Leeds. They’ve said that she could bring three or four friends too. I think you should write your timetable. Thanks for the birthday card and accompanying letter. I'm going to give you my advice. In this time you should concentrate only on it. Keith and I had an enormous meal at a new Italian restaurant which has just opened in town. Viareggio I think it’s called. Jennifer INFORMAL LETTER: INVITATION Dear Simon. Anyway. Mary INFORMAL LETTER : ADVICE Dear Tracy. weather permitting. Why don't you study microbiology? It's interesting and you don't have to work 24 hours a day and come home every night with a pounding headache from the stress. Every day three or four hours you should do your homework. Paula’s uncle and aunt in Cornwall have just asked her if she’d like to go and stay down there for two weeks so that she can after their cottage for them while they’re away on holiday in the States. so it’d be handy for the beach too. you worry about people all the time. ____________________ I wasn’t able to come to your party last weekend ________________I had to ____________________________________________ Unfortunately. you lose hope. since it’s quite big and there are four bedrooms. What’s more. I know one girl who had similar problems. You can change it. the cottage is out in the country so we ’d be able to go on lots of long walks. Just got your letter and sat down straight away to tell you what I think. I see. Sally. Paula. I see you don't understand all material. especially as accommodation wouldn’t cost us a penny! INFORMAL LETTER: REFUSAL Dear Mandy. Wish you success. I’ve been meaning to write to you for ages but somehow just haven’t been able to find the time. Hope I've been helpful! Let me know what you decide. Now she doesn't distinguish from other students. It was so nice to hear all your news. Mark.
Also I’d bring my own sleeping-bag. on the floor (or even in the bath!). Luckily. the reason I’m writing. Hope to hear from yousoon. isn’t it? ____________________________.which you would probably enjoy. I went with three friends to a little place called Mojacar . I’d left the flat in rather a hurry that morning_________________________ I didn’t want to be late for my first appointment. Yours.30. In the end I thought the best thing to do would be to try and get into the flat through a window. INFORMAL LETTER: THANKS Dear Chris. nobody seemed to hear it. As far as the theatre is concerned. This is how it happened: _______________________ I got back to the flat on the Monday evening I realised that I didn’t have the door keys on me. unfortunately. You see. It costs about £35 a night and it's fairly close to the theatre. Do let me know me if there is anything you'd like me to do .I can book you a room and get tickets for the play if you like. It's such a shame Anyway. I've asked around about places to stay in and a couple of people have suggested the Pickwick Hotel in Garfield Road. because I'll be away in the States. However. but I have only just got back from holiday. I’d forgotten to close the one in my bedroom that morning______________________ I was able to get in without having to break any of the window panes. it was half past seven_____________________ she had already left for work. I'm so sorry. For a moment I was afraid that one of the neighbours might think there was a burglar in your flat _________________. ____________________. ____________________I’d have to leave Warwick at half-past five in the morning __________________ interview in time _____________________ I’d be quite tired by the time I arrived.it was great to hear from you again. luckily for me. and maybe we can meet up the next time you are here. Thanks for your letter. You know I applied for a job with ________________a few weeks ago. The problem is that it’s first thing in the morning. _________________________________________________________ your flat while you were away on holiday._________________________. and so I think it would suit you quite well. believe it or not. do you think ________________ at your flat on Wednesday night ________________ I can get a good night’s sleep before the interview. is to ___________________ breaking the antique Chinese vase ___________________________ was on the chest of drawers by the window in my bedroom. there's a performance of Romeo and Juliet on. Unfortunately. _________________you wouldn’t have to provide any ______________________or _____________________. ____________________ I was climbing through the window I knocked the vase with my foot and ____________________ fell onto the floor __________________ smashed into pieces. So in my hurry to leave I must have forgotten to put ___________in my pocket. INFORMAL LETTER: INVITATION REFUSAL Many thanks for your letter . Billy INFORMAL LETTER: THANKS Dear Jane. at nine o’clock. and I don't get back until the 16th. it was____________________ dark on that side of the building that I couldn’t see anything in the bedroom at all. Don’t worry about _________________ a bed for me. It starts at 7. and tickets are about £20. At first I thought the nurse upstairs might have a spare key. I can sleep anywhere – on a sofa. It’s all right for some. but I won't be here when you come._____________________________ favour. So. I am really sorry I didn't write back earlier. as I’m sure you’ve guessed. they want me to come ____________ in London next ___________________. I expect you’re looking disgustingly tanned and healthy after a week in the sun.
Furthermore. I am writing to express my strong dissatisfaction with the quality of the clothes I ordered from your cataloguelast month.which is near of Almeria. When I received the merchandise. Natalia. when I ordered the items over the phone. but when we arrived to the hotel. when I went to the cinema. It was very clean and it had the bigest swiming pool I ever seen (3). I was told that the TV was guaranteed for 2 years. the blouse had small hole under the collar. But it was one problem . we only had four days of our holiday left (1)! Anyway. I could return the clothes . I hope that this matter will receive your prompt attention and that my TV set will be replaced within the week FORMAL LETTER : COMPLAINT Dear Sir/Manager This is about your advertisement for the Multiplex Cinema. when I asked about this at the box office. I was told that if I was not satisfied. I feel justified in asking for a refund. as advertised in the catalogue. we were very disappointing (3). When I bought the TV the shop assistant assured me that it had Teletext and stereo sound. and that the others are far/loads more expensive. I look forward to hearing/Hope to hear from you. There is a £10 charge for using the car park next to the cinema. but then there was time to change again (2)! On the end we found the beautiful apartment with a balcony and it was cheap (2). This is unacceptable. Firstly. So. I have not yet received a reply from you. the sound was awful and the picture was blurry. but it wasn't exactly that we expected (2)! We booked some rooms in hotel in the village. Although I have asked you repeatedly to replace the TV. The next hotel was perfectly (1). Secondly then you say that there is free car parking. I was told that the free car park was twenty minutes' walk away.00. which is misleading in a number of ways. I would therefore be grateful if you could refund the extra £14 I had to spend on the tickets and the £10 charge for parking. I must go and unpack my suitcase! I will write again soon. However. when I turned it on. we decided change (1). the only seats that were available cost £10 each. Love. I reckon that it should have been made clear that only a limited number of seats cost £3. Unfortunately. However. but your advertisement does not make this clear at all. I am enclosing/Here are the receipts for these. It was very old. but were made of an inferior fabric. Furthermore.it was so much expensive (2)! We stay one night. rather dirty and we couldn't to see the sea (1). However. you state in the advertisement/your advert that seats cost £3. Yours faithfully/sincerely D D Jones FORMAL LETTER OF COMPLAINT: Dear Sir/Madam. Moreover. Under the circumstances. FORMAL LETTER : COMPLAINT I am writing to you regarding the faulty TV set which I bought from your store last week. trousers were not linen.
Dobblins. but here the things were not better. but only for the cinema. Considering that we didn't have any choice. Much to my surprise.and receive a refund. and I would be very pleased if you refunded the money. I was Deputy Editor of the College's entertainment maga zine. the seats were terrible and we couldn't see what was going on the screen. we got terrible seats at side at front. Yours faithfully FORMAL LETTER : COMPLAINT Dear Sir/Madam." I would like to apply for the position of Personal Assistant. and we could see good shows at the theatre. covering the areas of sports. is the refund of money for the tickets of the theatre that my friend and I didn't get because not available. I was also a member of the town's local writing group and often wrote fic tional stories for local magazines. I trust the matter will be receive your immediate attention. However. In fact there were no tickets available for the theatre. I have enclosed my C. Steven Hill FORMAL LETTER : COMPLAINT Dear Sir. Yours faithfully Biagio Salzillo FORMAL LETTER : APPLICATION I am writing in response to your advertisement in yesterday's edition of "The Guardian. we could choose whatever we wanted. where I passed RSA typing and word-processing as well as gaining experience in all areas of office work including filling and most computer software packages. and would be happy to provide any further infor mation if required. FORMAL LETTER OF APPLICATION: Dear Mr. I am very upset at having spent money on this touring holiday.V. I have not yet received a reply from you. we went to the cinema. . You should at least have given us seats so that we could watch the film. I am writing to complain about the service we had for the four-day holiday in London. I look forward to hearing from you. only cinema was available. My degree is in advertising and publishing and in my third year of studies I worked for Leeds Publishing Ltd for 6 months. In my final term. We wanted to go to a musical. According to your advertisement. To make matters worse. While at Leeds. In your advertisement you had written. all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the show!' My experience was bad. As a result. I am 24 years old and have recently graduated from Leeds University with honours. film reviews and current affairs. Although I have already sent back the items with a letter requesting that my money be returned. I insist that you refund my money at once. I look forward to hearing from you. but what I most hated about that was the fact that we couldn't see the screen properly. which made me very angry. I attended a part-time secretarial course. it didn't happen. Although it was clearly written in the brochure. what I am going to ask you. I look forward to receiving a reply. that we booked with your agency two weeks ago. I am writing to complain about the arrangements your travel company made for me and my friend while we were in London.
cheerful and organised. but the school closed three months ago. and I greatly enjoy going out and meeting new people. Yours faithfully. While at school I was the manager of the student-run restaurant. and I arranged excursions to places of interest in and around London. Most of all I enjoy my work. I assited in the management of a twelve-member staff and kept records of the finances. I would like to apply for the position of Hotel Manager. I graduated from Harpham University with a degree in Physical Education. I believe I have the education. experience and personality that an excellent physical education teacher needs. I have enclosed my C. I look forward to hearing from you. I have previous experience with Golden Sun Hotel as assistant Manager. I am a graduate of the Baron School of tourism and my degree is in Hotel Management. I am patient. I feel that we should to make people more aware of . and spent many hours as a student instructor while at HU. I have enclosed a detailed CV as well as references from my previous employer. I also worked for London Life last Christmas. I wish to apply for the teaching position which was advertised in yesterday's Daily Planet. FORMAL LETTER : APPLICATION I am a seventeen-year-old student at Brandon School in London. and I believe my students can see that I truly love teaching young people about sports and physical fitness. I have experience of this kind of work. Yours faithfully.I am writing in response to your advertisement in Sunday’s edition of The Times.V. and would be glad to supply any further information required. which involved taking groups of / some American tourists around the capital. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need / require any more / further information. Yours sincerely. I look forward to hearing from you. I really enjoyed working there. As all good teachers must be. My responsibilities included supervising staff. I am studying science because I intend to do medicine at the university. After graduating four years ago I was employed as a gym teacher at Shady Lanes Primary School. Tom Gobblin FORMAL LETTER : APPLICATION Dear Sir/Madam. Last summer I was employed by / worked for Imperial Hotels as a Tour Organiser. responding to guests’ needs and keeping financial records. I believe that I have the proper qualifications and experience for the position of Hotel Manager at your resort. My course finishes in the middle of June. I received top grades there. Thomas Smith FORMAL LETTER : APPLICATION I feel I would be suitable / right for this position because I have good organisational skills. so I would be available for work / can start working at any time during July and August. I have lived in London all my life so I know many of the places that young students would enjoy. I have always been interested in the environment.
I would be more than glad to send photographs and a more detailed description of our home if this would be of assistance.the benefits of re-cycling. Yours faithfully. Elaine Richards FORMAL LETTER : ASKING FOR INFORMATION Dear Sir/Madam. supermarkets and other businesses asking them to provide re-cycling facilities. could you also send me details of prices and membership fees? Thank you for your kind attention. particularly Tunisia. Finally. Do you think you may be able to find an exchange in this area at such short notice? I have three small children so the house would need to include some facilities to keep them occupied. . The first aim it was to study the problem of disposing of ordinary household products such as like bottles and plastics. Your advertisement states that the number in the classes is kept to a minimum. I hope you will consider us for a grant for £1500. as part of our chemistry course. The cost of this it came to about £1000. I would like to enquire exactly what type of house is required. Paul Porritt FORMAL LETTER : ASKING FOR INFORMATION Dear Sir/Madam. I would also like to know if the flights must be booked through your organisation. I would appreciate an answer at your earliest convenience. However I would appreciate it if you could clarify a few questions I have. as it is my intention to attend these classes regularly. Thank you for your kind attention. and am look forward to hearing from you. I would be grateful if you could send me further information about your home exchange scheme. How many people are there in each class? As I work every day until 5 o'clock. I am writing in response to your advertisement in the The Bingley Times on March 2nd. or separately through a travel agent. I would also like to know the times of the classes. but I am only available from the 15th June to the 15th July. I have a spacious cottage with a large garden that is ideal for children. We produced leaflets for students and parents and at the weekends we handed more leaflets out in supermarkets. for example a swimming pool. Jill Thomson INFORMAL LETTER : ASKING FOR INFORMATION Dear Sir/Madam. Yours faithfully. Our second aim was to give this information out. Yours faithfully. We worked out which products were enough safe to throw away. Please reply at your earliest convenience. In addition. we did a project on re-cycling. and I would greatly appreciate it if you could give me details of where to purchase any necessary equipment. We also spent £500 in writing to local shops near. I am writing with regard to your advertisement in "The Guardian" on the 10th February. I would like to know if I need any special shoes or clothes for the classes. Last year. and which ones could be recycled. I am very interested in joining your Dance-Aerobics classes and would be grateful if you could answer a few questions I have. I am interested in visiting North Africa. The project had two aims.
There will be four of us and the child on Friday. I also have a few questions I'd like you to answer. Could you also confirm that you serve vegetarian food. what sort of home is required? I live in a house in a small village and the surrounding countryside is very beautiful. I am interested in renting the farmhouse for the last two weeks of July for myself.15th of July. Could you let me know whether it would be free then. or whether we should bring one? We will require an additional double room on Saturday night. as one of the members of the party is a vegetarian. but one of the people in our group is a vegetarian.I want to know more about the free holiday advertisement you placed in the Guardian newspaper on the 10th February. we require two singles and one twin-bedded or double room with a cot for Friday and Saturday night. and there are a number of things I would like to ask. and what the price includes? Could you also send me some more details about the farmhouse itself? It would be useful to know exactly where it is. . I enclose the deposit of £50. I'm looking forward to hearing from you. I would like to thank you in advance for your help and advice on this matter. I would also be grateful if you could give me an idea of what sort of activities we could organise for the children. I would be grateful if you could let me know if there is a local airport and whether it is possible to hire a car there. Yours sincerely. 8. could you tell me whether it would be easier for us to fly to Rome or to Naples? I look forward to hearing from you. and whether the pool is private. Finally. There will be a total of six adults and one child in our party. Do you think this is suitable? I also need to know if you make the travel arrangements or if I have to do this myself. my wife and children aged 7 and 9. I look forward to hearing from you and enclose the deposit of £50. I can only take a holiday 15th of June . FORMAL LETTER : ASKING FOR INFORMATION Dear Mr Monkton. I'm really interested in your home exchange scheme and I would appreciate it if you could send me information. 6)? The description of my house is it is in the country. Do you think I can do it with my family of 5 (3 children aged 10. Jill FORMAL LETTER : ASKING FOR INFORMATION Dear Mrs Sorrento I am replying to your advertisement in The Times on March11 for the farmhouse. If not. As far as the rooms are concerned. I will require a single room. Yours. how many bedrooms it has. Four of us and the child will be arriving on Friday afternoon. INFORMAL LETTER : ASKING FOR INFORMATION Dear Mr Monkton Thank you for your letter of 18 June. We have no particular special requirements. and I will be arriving on Friday afternoon. how much it would cost. and the other two adults will be arriving on Saturday morning. Could you please let me know if you can provide a cot.
I would like to enquire as to exactly what kind of car is required. IN AND FORMAL LETTER : APOLOGY 1 2 3 4 I want to tell/ I am writing to with regard to/ about say I’m sorry/ apologise I would like to express/ I want you to know 6 allowed/ let 7 meet/ get together 8 soon/ in the near future 9 friendly chat/ amicable conversation 5 I was really upset/ I was most disappointed 10 reiterate/ say again Letter 1 Dear Judy. I look forward to hearing from you. I am interested in exchanging my car and purchasing a new Honda Civic.. many members will be forced to leave as prices are already quite high. I am sorry to say that I will not be able to attend the annual club meeting on the st 21 of Decembe Unfortunately. By the way. Please reply at your earliest convenience. I think that you increase the cost of membership.000 kilometres. I would be grateful if you could answer a few questions I have. 1) --------------. and therefore will be absent. Thank you for your kind attention. Please let me know if we need to bring one or whether you will provide one. but I’ve been really busy and didn’t have time. Yours sincerely. It is in good condition. However. i. Yours faithfully. Do you accept cars that are more than ten years old? Does your company accept all makes. if this would be assistance. and has covered 130.that I didn’t mean to hurt your . including German cars? I have a 1986 red Opel Ascona. That is for two nights. Carl Briggs FORMAL LETTER : APOLOGY Dear Mr Prescott. I’ve been meaning to 3) --------------. and apologise for the fact that I cannot come. again for two nights.We also require a twin or double room with a cot. 4) -------------. FORMAL LETTER OF ASKING AN INFORMATION: Dear Sir/Madam. I am sure that I will be present at next year’s meeting. I have to stay here for a little longer than I originally thought. I hope that you will think carefully about my request.e.since then. I am in hospital at the moment recovering from an appendix operation. but we only need another double room on Saturday. what happened last Thursday. We require another single room. Therefore I ask you to reconsider any changes in cost. I would like to make a request for the club’s future. Any further information you could send me about your auto exchanges scheme would be greatly appreciated. I am writing with regard to your advertisement in The Observer on April 26. which give a clear picture of the condition of the car. Can I choose any make or am I limited to the same make.you how sorry I am 2)---------------. Nevertheless. thank you for your letter. Jonathan Pritchard. Opel? I would be more than glad to send photographs and service records.
Please contact our agency immediately should you require more information. The nursing profession is both enjoyable and rewarding. You are encouraged to pursue a career in nursing if it interests you. First. Why don’t we 7) --------------. however there are also negative aspects that have to be considered.so that we can work things out? How about next Sunday? I hope you’ll be able to. 5) --------------. yet less stressful than nursing.our last meeting. Jane Douglas FORMAL LETTER : ADVICE Dear Ms Johnson. In addition. Laura Delane FORMAL OF GIVING AN INFORMATION: Dear Madam.my frustration to get the better of me.and have a more 9) ---------------.by the rejection of my application to the graduate programme last October. Please contact me upon reaching a decision. but sometimes my temper gets the better of me. Yours faithfully.some time 8) --------------. Kitts is being offered by your agency for only £3. as it is quiet and has little tourism. This island satisfies all your requirements.you 2) --------------. I hope that we can 7) --------------. I wish to explain my behaviour and 3) --------------. I wish to 10) --------------. and although you offered me several alternatives to pursue.feelings.myself get so carried away. I am afraid I 6) --------------. I am writing in response to your request for advice on choosing a career. Love.how grateful I am for the time and energy you put into helping me make a decision about my career. 1) --------------. All travel plans can be arranged through our office. 5) --------------. A two-week package to the peaceful island of St. I am writing on behalf of “World Travel” in response to your request for information on holidaying in the Caribbean.for a 9) ---------. As you know. but consideration of other options is also recommended. Microbiology. is a profession within the medical field which can be equally rewarding.after our argument. for example. Most importantly a life long commitment of very hard work is required. Alice White . and I’m sorry that I did. and I just want to 10) --------------. Please accept my most sincere apologies.how sorry I am for my rude behaviour last week.again 8) --------------.000. transport is available should you wish to explore other islands in the Caribbean. Tina Dear Ms Thompson.how sorry I am. and I shouldn’t have 6) --------------. 4) --------------. A nurse must be prepared to work long hours. Yours sincerely. I hope you find this information useful.for my conduct. Yours sincerely. often under stressful conditions.
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