You have received a letter from your neighbour complaining about noise from your house/flat. Write a letter to your neighbour. In your letter • explain the cause of the noise • apologise for the noise • describe what action you will take to solve the problem

Dear Mr.Lee, I am writing
letter to apologise for the inconvenience that you are facing
due to
the continuous noise coming from my home for the
two days. Well,The actual reason behind
issue is that we decided to change some interior designs of our house and for
,we hired some workers.They usually come at 9:00AM and work until 6:00PM.During
time, they use different types of machines which produce noise. Anyways,I would like to apologise about all
.I can completely understand that these entire sound problems create nuisance and sometimes give hesdaches as well.Me and my family feel the same. Well,You will not tackle
problem more because all of the work inside my place is done and today is the
day of labourers in my home.
leads to no more noise problems .Moving forward,I will make sure you will not have any problem because of my family. I hope you understand my situation
time . Yours Sincerely, Anm
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