Writing Part 3 Exercise 5 Informal Email

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B1 Preliminary Writing Part 3 Exercise 5 Informal Emaill

For B1 Preliminary Writing Part 3 Exercise 5 Informal Email, this is an example of how to write an informal email to a friend explaining changes to their hometown after they have been away for some time. It provides practice for the writing section of the Cambridge English B1 Preliminary exam. 

Please note for the real test, it isn’t a fill in the blank exercise. You will write an informal email using about 100 words.

B1 Preliminary Writing Part 3 Exercise 5 Informal Email

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