You and some friends ate a meal at a restaurant to celebrate a special occasion, and you were very pleased with the food and service. Write a letter to the restaurant manager. In your letter: - give details of your visit to the restaurant - explain the reason for the celebration - say what was good about the food and the service

Dear Manager, I am writing
this
letter to you to express my thankfulness.I have received very good service from my friends from your company. Just a few days ago,we celebrated a special occasion that my new achievement from my work.I celebrated that event with my family at our home.
Then
,I decided to invite some of my friends to the restaurant to take a rest.We had an amazing time in your restaurant.I was very pleased with the food and the service.The meals were so delicious and I found that the meat immediately melted in my mouth.I have never seen the service that your waiters gave us on that day and they were so kind and polite.I would certainly be interested in hearing from you soon. I think that your employees should be rewarded.I am going to go to your restaurant every month with my family. Thank you for your time and consideration. Yours sincerely, ........ Rashidova S
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Use cohesive linking words accurately and appropriately

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  • moreover
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