# Writing Formal and Informal Letters. Part 1. Домбровская И.В - 29 стр.

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In your letter you wrote me that you havent time to meet other people because you
have always to study. I suggest you to go out and try to enjoy yourself. However, I
dont give up!!! Have you thought about your life without a diploma? Its not easy
to find a job without it. Now, Im sorry I havent more time and hoping that youll
think a lot of what you are going to do
See you soon.
Patricia.
MODEL 2
Dear Mary,
Thank you for your letter. I feel sorry for you now, because I know how much you
wanted to go college.
I remember my first term. As you, I thought of giving up too. I was so exhausted
too, but I didnt. You have to stay at college because you need it if you want a
good work later.
Try to have some rest (do you sleep enough? dont you go out to enough?) Book
your Saturday, you will be more relax. If you have any problem with your lessons,
talk to your teachers. They can give your a good advice and tell how to learn eas-
ily. If your home is too noisy, try to find another one or, if you cant, go to the col-
lege library to study.
You say youve got no money. Why? I know how expensive studying is, but first
of all, dont waste your money. Dont go out too often, accept only parties in Sat-
urday night (also because you can sleep on Sunday!). Maybe, you can find a holi-
day job ask your Students Club, they might have some good opportunities.
Let me know if settle in your new life. I wish you the best.
Lots of love.
Isabelle.
MODEL 3
Dear George
I read about yours problems. I see, you lose hope. I know one girl who had similar
problems. Now she doesn't distinguish from other students. I'm going to give you
I think you should write your timetable. Every day three or four hours you should
do your homework. In this time you should concentrate only on it. After that you
can watch TV or play tennis. I see you don't understand all material, which your
teacher explains and don't succeed to write it. Don't worry about it. You can
like that and try to take it down.
I think you will have success in your business. Don't lose courage.
Wish you success,
Mary
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In your letter you wrote me that you haven’t time to meet other people because you
have always to study. I suggest you to go out and try to enjoy yourself. However, I
don’t give up!!! Have you thought about your life without a diploma? It’s not easy
to find a job without it. Now, I’m sorry I haven’t more time and hoping that you’ll
think a lot of what you are going to do…
See you soon.
Patricia.

MODEL 2
Dear Mary,
Thank you for your letter. I feel sorry for you now, because I know how much you
wanted to go college.
I remember my first term. As you, I thought of giving up too. I was so exhausted
too, but I didn’t. You have to stay at college because you need it if you want a
good work later.
Try to have some rest (do you sleep enough? don’t you go out to enough?) Book
your Saturday, you will be more relax. If you have any problem with your lessons,
talk to your teachers. They can give your a good advice and tell how to learn eas-
ily. If your home is too noisy, try to find another one or, if you can ’t, go to the col-
lege library to study.
You say you’ve got no money. Why? I know how expensive studying is, but first
of all, don’t waste your money. Don’t go out too often, accept only parties in Sat-
urday night (also because you can sleep on Sunday!). Maybe, you can find a holi-
day job – ask your Students Club, they might have some good opportunities.
Let me know if settle in your new life. I wish you the best.
Lots of love.
Isabelle.

MODEL 3
Dear George
I read about yours problems. I see, you lose hope. I know one girl who had similar
problems. Now she doesn't distinguish from other students. I'm going to give you