With this post we will learn how to write personal and formal letters.
Activity 1: Learn about the structure of an informal letter.
Activity 2: Try the letter generator to write formal and informal letters.
Activity 3: Now write a formal letter on this BBC website.
Activity 4: Read the examples of letters in this interactive website.
Activity 5: Learn more about writing personal and formal letters.
Activity 6: Listen to this explanation about formal letters.
Activity 7: Finally, visit this website about official letters.
TRINITY PORTFOLIO TASKS 2014
Create a Google Drive document for all your Trinity tasks this year. Share the document with your teachers. Copy and paste the section and task numbers and the paragraph with the instructions for each task in this document before every composition. Don’t forget to include all the tasks mentioned! Check the spelling and count the words using Google drive tools. Include the number of words in each task.
ISE II — PORTFOLIO TASKS 2014
ISE II — Correspondence (word length range: 120–150 words)
1. Your country is taking part in an international food fair. Write a letter to the organisers suggesting what foods from your area to include and explaining how
this event could benefit your area. Persuade the organisers to send you some free tickets for the fair.
Deadline: Wednesday 23rd October
ISE I — PORTFOLIO TASKS 2014
ISE I — Correspondence (word length range: 70–80 words)
2. You have just visited a famous building in a well-known city. Write a letter to a friend saying how long you have been in the city and why you chose to visit the building. Give your opinion of the famous building.
Deadline: Friday 25th October