You recently went on a trip with a friend and you both took some photographs. Write a letter to your friend. In your letter ask your friend to send you one of the photographs explain why you need that particular photograph and tell you friend what happened to your copy of it

Dear Anna, How are you? I hope all is well. I'm sorry it took me quite some time to write after our trip to Japan. I was so swamped with work after I came back from the holiday. Anyways, it was indeed a memorable experience for me and I will definitely go back to experience the cherry blossom season. Well, the reason why I'm writing you
letter is to ask you a
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. Unfortunately, the memory card of my camera was corrupted and I couldn't retrieve the photos that we took on our trip. I brought the camera to the repair shop and the staff said it cannot be repaired anymore. I badly needed a copy of the photo
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the one we took when we were at Mt. Fuji. I have
upcoming project presentation and I need to show that particular photo. Can you please send me a copy and address it to my office? I will handle the courier expenses, just let me know your bank details. Thank you and I look forward to your reply. Warm regards, Alex
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Use cohesive linking words accurately and appropriately

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Almost every sentence in your essay should have a linking word of some sort.

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  • moreover
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