Exercise 5 How to write an Informal Descriptive Email

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IGCSE ESL Exercise 5 How to write an informal descriptive email helps you to write this text style with the appropriate content and language to gain a high mark in this part of the exam.

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This video shows you how to write a descriptive email for Exercise 5 of IGCSE ESL reading and writing extended paper. The task is to write a email to a friend about a recent visit to a place while a famous was there.

Tips for writing an informal email for Exercise 5

 

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