You have recently changed your job and started working for a new company. Write a letter to an English-speaking friend. In your letter: • explain why you changed your previous job • describe your new job • tell him/her your other news

Dear John, I am fine here and hope that you are
also
sailing in the same boat. I am writing
this
letter to share with you the exciting news of joining a new job. As you know, I was looking for a new job in New York City,
therefore
, when I got the job offer, I immediately accepted it. Albeit I liked my previous line of work,
however
, I was stuck
at
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two years and wanted to do something else to enhance my skills. Working as a software engineer, my new employment is really exhilarating as the work environment and the new colleagues are amazing.
Moreover
, I have already made three new friends who live nearby my new house.
Besides
this
, I am eagerly waiting to show you my new apartment that I have bought recently. Apart from being near my office, it is sufficiently spacious for my family too. I am confident that you will
also
like it. I hope that you will visit my new place soon. Looking forward to hearing from you soon. Yours Lovingly, Amanjot Singh.
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Use cohesive linking words accurately and appropriately

Linking words are very important in your essay.

To score effectively on your IELTS exam, you should make an effort to implement short concise sentences coupled with linking words.

Almost every sentence in your essay should have a linking word of some sort.

In fact, the only sentences that can omit linking words are your background sentence and thesis.

Linking word examples:

  • firstly
  • secondly
  • thirdly
  • in additional
  • moreover
  • also
  • for example
  • for instance
  • therefore
  • however
  • although
  • even though
  • despite

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