You and your family are living in rented accommodation in an English speaking country. You are not satisfied with the condition of some of the furniture. Write a letter to your landlord. In your letter introduce yourself explain what is wrong with the furniture say what action you would like the landlord to take You do NOT need to write any addresses. You should write at least 150 words.

Dear Miss. Brown,
is Manish Kumar, the new tenant in
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house no. 8 on ABC street. I'm writing to express my concerns about the bad furniture. Before renting the house, I was told that the appliances and furniture in the house are brand new. While the appliances are fine, some of the furniture is very old.
For instance
, the dining table is quite old with chipped corners and sharp ages.
As a result
, it tore my wife's new dress while serving the food.
, the sharp edges are
dangerous for the kids. The chairs
on the other hand
have wobbling legs, which makes it uncomfortable to sit. I would like you to replace the
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table and all the chairs with a new set as soon as possible.
, I would appreciate
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appropriate compensation for the inconvenience it has caused us. Looking forward to your reply.
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sincerely, Manish Kumar
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Topic Vocabulary:
  • Dear
  • I am writing to express my dissatisfaction
  • regarding
  • the condition
  • furniture
  • belongings
  • for instance
  • damaged
  • broken
  • worn-out
  • appliance
  • household items
  • it is unacceptable
  • inconvenient
  • inhabitable
  • affecting
  • negatively
  • urgent attention
  • replacement
  • repair
  • resolve
  • maintenance
  • prompt response
  • Thank you for your attention
  • Yours sincerely
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