Writing Task 1: You should spend about 20 minutes on this task. You have recently started work in a new company. Write a letter to an English-speaking friend. In your letter, • explain why you changed jobs • describe your new job • tell him / her your other news
Hello, my dear Amy. How are you? I am fine and
lhope you are well. I have a lot of news in my lifetime. To cut it short,
laltered my job.
That isright, my former occupation was not bad,which is my old profession was a bookkeeper. But
also, it was very tiresome for me and
althoughI worked day and night, my salary was lacking. My new job is as a stewardess else
lam working on a plane. As
such, as you know,
lwanted to be a stewardess since
lwas a child.
ltell you about my new job, it is really interesting and
lcan see many countries over my current profession.
Furthermore, my new colleagues are like my sisters.
In addition, my boss gives me enough salary.
As well as
lwill go to your flat soon to tell you about other news As for your dear friend Rayxona!!
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The style of the letter determine how you have to close it.
Check out the suggested closing sentences for each type of letter in the General IELTS Test. The closing sentence should be the last sentence of your letter.
Formal style (To someone you have not met, whose name you don’t know)
- Yours faithfully,
Semi-formal (To someone you may or may not have met, whose last name you know)
- Yours sincerely,
Informal (To someone you know well, whose first name you know and use)
- Best regards,
- Warm wishes,