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

Hello Sir/ Madam, I'd like to inform you about the situation which I'm facing while sharing a room with another student.
Such
things happen once in a blue moon in
this
college but
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college, but
unfortunately, I have been a victim of
this
problem. I am hitting the nail on the head by informing you that my roommate is quite a difficult person to live with. He throws parties frequently by inviting numerous friends.
This
makes me quite uncomfortable and I'm unable to work in my free time. To add an insult to injury he plays loud music which makes everyone in a college restless. To live with him is surely not a piece of cake in my opinion. I want to request you to please change my accommodation, as I'd like to have a separate room with no roommates. I'll surely
bare
have
bear
all the expenses of the room. Looking forward to hearing from you. Regards,
Sharmeen
American Revolutionary leader and signer of the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation and the United States Constitution (1721-1793)
Sherman
Ahmed.

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