The parents of your Australian friend Chris have invited you to a surprise birthday party for him/her. Write a letter to Chris’s parents. In your letter, say why you think Chris will enjoy the surprise party explain why you won’t be able to attend the party give details of a plan to see Chris at a different time Write at least 150 words.

Dear Mr and Mrs Collins, I am grateful that you have invited me to Chris’s surprise birthday celebrations. Chris would definitely like
occasion because ,for the
two years, he had not been in Australia and
has not celebrated his birthday with his friends and family.
, you mentioned in your invitation that you are
planning to gift him a new car, which I believe he would love the most. I am afraid, I will not be able to join you all in the celebrations since I have multiple office meetings in the Uk, and I would be there for the whole next month.
I applied for the leaves next month, my manager has not approved it.
, I am planning to meet Chris in Australia, I have
booked tickets to Australia for the next month, after my meetings would be over. For making
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bigger, I have
booked a resort for the night party with him, where some of our friends would
be invited. Yours Sincerely, Jaskaran Singh Awal
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