You have seen an advertisement in an Australian magazine for someone to live with a family for six months and after look after their six year old child. Write a letter the parents. In your letter Explain why you would like the Job
The to-infinitive that follows the verb writing requires the base form. Change applying to the base form.
If you don’t want introduies to be marked as misspelled in the future, you can add it to your personal dictionary.
Years does not appear to be a proper noun. Consider lowercasing it.
It appears that part time is missing a hyphen. Consider adding the hyphen(s).
The article a may be incorrect. Consider changing it to agree with the beginning sound of the following word education.
The spelling of center is a non-British variant. For consistency, consider replacing it with the British English spelling.
The word HongKong doesn’t seem to fit this context. Consider replacing it with a different one.
If you don’t want expirence to be marked as misspelled in the future, you can add it to your personal dictionary.
If you don’t want hoilday to be marked as misspelled in the future, you can add it to your personal dictionary.
It seems that the verb is does not agree with the subject. Consider changing the verb form.
It appears that six year old is missing a hyphen. Consider adding the hyphen(s).
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Depending on the style and aim of the letter, you will need to adapt your greeting.
Always start an informal letter in the ways:
- Dear + name
- Hi / Hello + name
‘Dear...’ is more appropriate, so stick with this.
For a formal letter there are two options for the greeting:
- Use Dear Sir or Madam if you don’t know the name of the person you are writing to.
- Use Dear + surname if you do know their name, e.g. Dear Mr Smith or Dear Mrs Jones.