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 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 work • say what kind of accommodation you would prefer

Dear Sir, I am writing
letter to inform you about the problems that I have been facing at your college residence. The main problem is my roommate, Alex, who is grade 10. Our room is quite small for 2 people as we cannot use it efficiently. Both of us are struggling to study due to narrow tables and space.
, because of our midterms, my roommate has been inviting his classmates for reviewing course books which could take until midnight.
As a result
, I am not able to sleep properly since noise level and brightness do not let me get some rest. If you look at my scores, you will notice that I have not been performing as good enough as used to be. I would like to move the 1-bed room in your dormitory. Scheduling my daily routine independently without any disruption from other people would be healthy for me as well as beneficial for increasing my grades. I hope you can consider my letter and take the necessary steps to put me in a 1-person unit. Looking forward to hearing from you soon. Sincerely,

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    • Sentence 2 - Example
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