• 7590 Letter Writing
    home to your family from a school trip to a hostel in Wicklow. 16 Letter Writing Informal Letters & Postcards Section 1 2 Write the postcard you would send to your friend from a camping holiday with your family. Formal Letters Section 2 Formal Letters Section 2 Formal...
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  • học tiếng anh
    Archive 1: letter to a friend Question You have received the following letter from your English-speaking friend.   .............Thanks for inviting me to stay with you when I visit your country next month. I'm not sure how to get to your apartment from the airport. Could you write back...
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  • yoyoyo
    principal about the school canteen 3 Marks 2005 INFORMAL LETTER – letter to friend to share experience 3 Marks 2006 INFORMAL LETTER – letter to friend asking for advice 3 Marks 2007 SPEECH – to promote a book 3 Marks 2008 ARTICLE – for school magazine (best leader at camp) 3 Marks 2009 REPORT...
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  • Essay
    expressions on how to begin an informal letter · Thank you for your letter which I received yesterday. · I was pleasantly surprised to hear from you. · It was wonderful to hear from you after so long. · Thank you for your letter. I was pleased to hear that you are in good health. · It was really...
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  • My Grandfather
    him, helping my dad who was living with him take care of him until the end. I was going to try and make the best of a bad situation. I made sure that the holidays were special and that all of his close family and friends could be there to spend his last Thanksgiving and Christmas with him. On...
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  • Whatever
    , surfing, ... Free How You Spend Your Last Holidays Essays 1 - 30 Anti Essays www.antiessays.com/topics/how-you-spend-your-last-holidays/0‎ Get access to How You Spend Your Last Holidays Essays only from Anti Essays. ... Spending holidays on the beach is great because many people combine...
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  • Remarks for Informal Letter
    are : 1. How are you? I hope you and all at home are in the pink. 2. Thank you for your interesting letter which I received a few days ago. 3. I received your letter yesterday / a few days ago. 4. What a surprise! It’s really good to hear from you. 5. How is everyone in the family? Well, I hope...
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  • English
    things in order. ( wits: intelligence, brain) I’ve had it up to here with this organisation! These informal idioms are generally used about other people. Your boss will have/throw a fit when he finds out you forgot to reply to those letters. ( You can also say: go off the deep end / go spare/ do his...
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  • Teaching Writing Informal Letters
    they give the recipient motivation to reply: [11;61] How are those wonderful brothers of mine? Did I tell you that I am librarian too, eh? 5. Complimentary close This is the last part of the letter where you end the letter. Phrases like 'love you', 'miss you', 'best wishes', 'lots of love...
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  • English
    sir, Yours faithfully (Md. Yakub Pasha) Resident of Domalguda Hyderabad Personal Letters Personal Letters are generally addressed to family members, friends, and close relatives. The style used in this is casual and the language is generally informal. There are five important parts in...
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  • Pbs Module
    I just spent our holidays at home. My father had to work throughout the school holidays. So, how was your vacation? Fuad : I really had a whale of time over there. I really enjoyed my holidays with my family. By the way, I bought a box of chocolates for you, Maria. I hope you’ll like...
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  • Vocabulary
    your computer to Paul when you knew it was broken. How could you __________ on one of your friends like that? (informal, to treat someone very badly and unfairly) I'm fed up __________! (to do an unpleasant or dishonest job for someone so that they do not have to do it themselves) I was wondering...
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  • pets
    moved to a different house. Write a letter to an English-speaking friend. In your letter Explain why you have moved Describe the new house Invite your friend to come and visit Dear Alex, How have you been? It’s been a while since I last wrote to you and this is because I have been busy moving...
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  • Csjkisj
    year! Everything in London is so different from Spain that I don't know if I'll ever get used to living here. I'm so glad that my father's job at the Spanish Embassy will only last until June. Then we will come home, and you and I can spend the summer on the beach. (I hope you'll spend your holiday...
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  • Vacation to Dubai
    INFORMAL LETTER WRITING 17, Palm County, Raya Darga, Hyderabad July 8, 2013 Dear Lily, Thanks a lot for the information you’ve sent me in your last letter. I am sure that you’re very curious to know how I spent my vacation. This summer, I went to Dubai along with my family. It...
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  • For English Essays
    question phrases with what and how. What time is your train? How much does it cost? 4 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS PAGE 26 Answering questions • 29 Most answers to questions can be just a word or phrase. What are you writing? ~ A letter to Kate. We often use a short answer with yes or no. Have...
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  • English Study Tips
    language you use and the tone you write in, e.g. When you write to a teacher it will differ from when you write to your friend. 4.2.1 Official Letter/ Formal letters: Letters of complaint, to the editor of a newspaper, application, etc. Important HOW you write and to use more formal language...
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  • General Training Writing
    You should spend about 20 minutes on this task. An English-speaking friend wants to spend a two-week holiday in your region and has written asking for information and advice. Write a letter to your friend. In your letter: • offer to find somewhere to stay • give advice about...
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  • [G]English Grammar In Use Intermediate-Raymond Murphy 2nd Ed (with practice)
    dirty. You ask: (what/you/do?) 4. A friend of yours is now living in Baker Street. You want to know 'How long ...?' You ask: (how long/you/live/in Baker Street?) 5. A friend tells you about his job--he sells computers. You want to know 'How long ...?' You ask: (how long/you/sell/computers?) 9.3...
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  • Dr. Gala
    letters and memos.] Typed/ word-processed. Business or personal letterhead. Style/Tone/Voice: Can be informal or formal. Active tone or voice. [See Part I for more on these subjects.] Structure: (1) Open by stating you have unfortunate news to share, (2) Explain your situation, (3) Tell when/how you...
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