You have just returned home from a holiday and have received photographs from a friend who was on holiday with you. Write to your frind thanking them for the photographs. You should include: -a description of the photos -the most memorable thing about the holiday -invite them to come and stay with you

Hi Amy, How are you? I hope
letter finds you well. I am writing to thank you for the photos and an unforgettable trip. I can not thank you enough for showing me your city and landmarks.
week, I received the photos you've sent to me. Looking at the photos brings me so many happy memories of the time we spent together so vividly. I especially like the one we took in front of the zoo. I really enjoyed feeding koalas and kangaroos. That was
an amazing experience and I will never forget it. Australia is certainly a scenic country with remarkable landscapes and wildlife, particularly up in the north where you live.
time, why don't you plan a holiday and stay with me in Japan
spring? The weather is great at that time of year and
my husband and I will be celebrating our wedding anniversary. I could take you to see beautiful cherry blossoms and a famous castle. The scenery is spectacular. I'm sure you will love it. I'd be delighted if you could come and celebrate with us. Take care. And I'm looking forward to hearing from you soon. All the best, Naomi
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Use cohesive linking words accurately and appropriately

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  • moreover
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