ou and your family are living in rented accommodation in an English speaking country. You are not satisfied with the condition of some of the furniture. Write a letter to the landlord. In your letter • introduce yourself • explain what is wrong with the furniture • say what action you would like the landlord to take

Dear Mr Joe, I, Kumarjeet Poddar, am your tenant who recently moved to one of the flats which are located in Toronto, Canada and I am pleased to tell you that it is an amazing room. I am hoping that you and your family are
doing great. I am sorry for the inconvenience but I would like to inform you that I am not happy with your furniture services.
, as I moved with my immediate family, I need the complete set of furniture
as a cupboard, dining table and chairs.
it is available in the house but not in good condition. It has lots of defects and a few things are
not present in
, I am new to
country and truly, I do not aware of many things. So, it would be appreciated if you help me personally.
, I need study tables for my kids
as well as
all the furniture types of equipment which I can use for work from home. It is my humble request that please look into
issue very carefully and fulfil my all general needs. I am waiting for your actions. Best Regards, Kumarjeet Poddar
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