You have recently started work in a new company. Write a letter to an English-speaking friend. In your letter • explain why you changed jobs • describe your new job • tell him/her your other news.
The verbs, 'd and must, are both modal verbs. You cannot use two modal verbs in one clause. Remove one of these verbs.
The word with in seems to be miswritten. Consider replacing it.
It seems that preposition use may be incorrect here.
It seems that there is a pronoun problem here.
The verbs, would and will, are both modal verbs. You cannot use two modal verbs in one clause. Remove one of these verbs.
Oops! It appears that you typed proposed twice in a row. Consider deleting one of them.
The spelling of spilled is a non-British variant. For consistency, consider replacing it with the British English spelling.
Structure your letter
A letter needs to be written using a proper format, including the following:
- A greeting (Dear sir/madam, Dear John, Dear Mr. Smith)
- The main body (consisting of paragraphs for each part of the letter)
- A closing (Yours sincerely, Yours faithfully, Best wishes, Kind regards, Love)
When writing a letter as part of the IELTS General Training Writing Task 1, it is important to include the bullet points presented to you in the question.
All three bullet points need to be presented. And remember that some bullet points contain more than one element. So, make sure to watch for ‘and’ and plurals.
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