Letter Sample #109 – You paid a refundable deposit when you rented an apartment

You paid a refundable deposit when you rented an apartment a year ago. You left the apartment last month in good condition but the landlord won’t return your deposit.

Write a letter to the landlord. In your letter,

– introduce yourself and say why you are writing
– ask for the return of your deposit
– inform the landlord of possible action if he/she does not agree to refund the amount

Write at least 150 words.

Letter Sample #107 – A friend has written for advice about a problem at work

A friend of yours has recently written to you asking for advice about a problem at work. You have had a similar problem at your workplace in the past.

Write a letter to your friend. In your letter,

– tell your friend how you feel about the problem
– explain how you faced a similar situation in the past
– suggest possible solutions to the problem

Write at least 150 words.

Letter Sample #102 – Letter to the landlord for some renovation works

You and your family have recently moved into a new house in an English-speaking country. However, you feel that the kitchen and one of the bathrooms in the house need some renovation works.

Write a letter to the landlord. In your letter

– introduce yourself and say why you are writing
– explain what is wrong with the kitchen and the bathroom
– say what action you would like the landlord to take

Write at least 150 words.

Letter Sample #97 – You have not had hot water or heating

You are a student at an English language school in Brighton and living in private accommodation with other flatmates. You have not had hot water or heating for some time. The landlord’s workmen have tried to fix the problem but without success.

Write a letter to the landlord.

In your letter,

– state your reason for writing
– describe the problems and explain how you feel
– propose a solution and ask the landlord to take action

Write at least 150 words.