You live in a room in college which you share with another student. However, there are many problems with this arrangement and you find it very difficult to study/work. Write a letter to the accommodation officer at the college. In the letter: describe the situation? explain your problems and why it is difficult to study/work? say what kind of accommodation you would prefer?

Dear Sir or Madam, I am writing to let you know that I am unhappy with my current roommate’s behaviour.
Although
Suggestion
Despite
the room’s infrastructure is satisfactory, I am unable to use them when I need it the most. I hope you will consider my situation favourably. Let me explain my situation. My roommate has a habit of using the washroom for longer hours in the mornings. So, I had to rush bathing in order to get ready soon for my morning sessions or should wake up early for using the washrooms before she uses it. Because of
this
, I had to reach my
classess
a collection of things sharing a common attribute
classes
class
late and
thus
missing out important lessons.
This
made my schedule hectic as I had to prepare both the missed out and the current lessons on my own which is extremely uncomfortable
ad
in order to; used instead of "to", especially after try, come, go
and
stressed. Would you kindly transfer me to another
roon
an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling
room
round
?
Accept space
?
I would be happy to live with a person who is cooperative and flexible in using the facilities. It would make me relaxed and concentrate on my exams as they are nearing. I request you to take action as soon as possible. Thank you for your consideration Yours faithfully, Vyshu

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