In this example, you have been asked to write an email to a friend about a recent trip to an opening day for a new attraction in a town.
This is an example of Exercise 6 where you write approximately 150–200 words of continuous prose, in response to a short stimulus (which may take the form of pictures) and/or short prompts. The question includes information on the purpose, format and audience.
In the email, you asked to include the following:
- describe the visitors attraction
- explain what happened on the day
- say if you think the attraction will be a success or not.
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More practice exercises for the Informal letter or email in this section:
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Here are links to all parts of the IGCSE ESL Reading and Writing Paper:
Exercise 1 | Exercise 2 | Exercise 3 | Exercise 4 | Exercise 5 | Exercise 6 | Exercise 7