Your landlord has increased the amount of rent you pay every month and you don’t find it appropriate. Write a letter to the landlord and in your letter, Explain why you are writing Describe why you find the increase inappropriate What you want to do now

Dear John, I am Maria, resident in your flat 127B, Greens Street Bristol. I am writing
this
letter in regard to the rise in
rent
amount for every month. I am staying in your house for the past 2 years and recently for the past 4 months, you have
increasing
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the
rent
each month. I have been paying the
rent
on time without any delay and maintaining the flat neat and tidy.I find it inappropriate to raise the charges without any notice or providing any reason.
Also
, increasing the
rent
frequently find it very difficult for a student like me. I would like to know the cause behind
this
hike and if you are not planning to reduce the
rent
I would like to find other cheaper option. Appreciate your prompt response in
this
matter. Yours faithfully, Maria
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Word Count

IELTS says that you should write a minimum of 150 words in writing task 1. If you go under word count you will lose marks in task response.

A very long letter will not give you a higher band score.

Aim for between 160 to 190 words in writing task 1. This will ensure a concise letter and will be realistic in terms of time management. You have only 20 minutes to write the letter and you need around 5 minutes of planning time, so you will not be able to write a long letter in 15 minutes.

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