You recently noticed a local restaurant that was offering a part-time job. Write a letter to the restaurant’s manager. In your letter, – explain that you would like to apply for the job – give some details of any relevant experience that you have – specify the days and times that would suit you

Dear manager, I am writing for the letter to express I would like to apply a waitress job in your company. Since
week the local newspaper published the recruit information.I am very interested in
of all, I am a local living in our community for 20 years.
year, I got a hospitality degree from college. I understand most of the restaurant's working flow, as well as work safety procedures. What is more, my tutor highly recognize my work in the workplace that I graduated with distinction marks.
, you mentioned the weekend day and working time it is suitable for me , by the way, I like the French food so much.
, I am so glad if I have the opportunity to take part in your team. Looking for your reply Yours sincerely Ella
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