You are going to give a party to your friends. Write a letter to your friend living in a foreign country and ask him to help you to teach a special recipe. In your letter * Why are you giving a party * Why you want to learn that recipe * Invite him to the party Write at least 150 words.

Dear John, It has been ages since I have heard from you. I hope you and your family are doing well. I am writing
letter to ask you a favour if you could share some tips on making Rajma? I wish that you have not forgotten my birthday, which is coming in
month on September 20, 2022. So to celebrate
special occasion, I am hosting a party at home and inviting a few close friends to join us. Some friends specially requested to prepare a dish from my home country,
, I am thinking to make Rajma.
I am very good at cooking, I need your help to guide me on how to make Rajma as you are an expert. Please do share me recipe as early as possible so that I can try that before the special event.
, I heard that you are visiting India
month for your sister's wedding, which is on September 15. Why don't you join us for the party? See you soon! Warm Regards, Ishant Kesar
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Use cohesive linking words accurately and appropriately

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