…and a bad example

…and a bad example

Now we will look at the second response to the questions from the previous exercise. Read the answer, then see why it is a bad example. Question: You lost your wallet which contained a great deal of money and it was found by your friend who posted it back to you....
…and a bad example

A good example…

Now we will look at two responses to the questions from the previous exercise. Let’s start with the good response. Question: You have just returned from a weekend break at a hotel called the Campbell Hotel. When you arrived home you found that you had left a...
Requests or thanks?

Requests or thanks?

Let’s start with a quick test to see if you can identify letters of thanks or request, as well as the appropriate register. Click the link below to get started!
Aims of this lesson

Aims of this lesson

By the end of this lesson, you will know: some useful vocabulary for expressing likes, dislikes, needs and wants a range of sentence structures you can use in Task 1 how to respond to sample questions where you may need to describe likes, dislikes, needs and / or...
Aims of this lesson

Aims of this lesson

By the end of this lesson, you will know: the appropriate language to use for thank you letters and letters of request useful phrases for giving thanks in Task 1 useful tips for structuring letters of thanks useful phrases for making requests in Task 1 useful tips for...