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Reply to a friend on his interest in the English
5, Market Street
Ipoh
15th May, 19…
Dear Ali,

Thank you for your delightful letter which came a short while ago. I am pleased to learn of the new interest you feel in the English language, for it is the first step in your journey to success. No one, in his right senses, can deny that proficiency in English is essential to personal progress and happiness today.

One of the ways of improving your English is to read books on a variety of subjects. If you read books on one or two subjects only, your vocabulary will not expand fast enough. As you might know the English vocabulary consists of more than 600,000 words. Each subject has its own vocabulary. Therefore, the more subjects you read in English and more words you will learn to express yourself with greater ease and satisfaction.

You should also learn the basic rules of grammar. It is indeed difficult to write English confidently without some knowledge of grammar. The simplest books on English Grammar are those written by Milon Nandy. They can be found in any book shop. I am sure you have seen many of them.

Please write to me again if you need any help. Though I am not a master of the English language, yet I think I can be of some help to you.

Yours sincerely,
Marvin

Letter of thanks to a teacher
Lake View School,
7, Main Road
Penang
15th August, 2004Dear Miss Jane,
As you are aware, I did very well in my last examination. I now wish to thank you for all the good work that you had done for me and for all the others in the class.

You must believe me when I say that we found your lessons very interesting, and your kind words were an added inspiration to us to study hard.

I am sure it was only because of your good work that I and many others in the class did so well in the examination. I shall always remember you with affection, gratitude and respect as well my friends who passed the examination together with me.

You are indeed a teacher of outstanding calibre and it is a unique privilege to be taught by you.

Yours loving student,
Ruby Nandy

To a station master informing him about the loss of one of your bags during a journey by train
70, Hill Road,
Kuala Lumpur.
21st Iuly, 19..
The Station Master,
Kuala Lumpur,Dear Sir,
This is to inform you about the loss of one of my bags. On the 19th of this month I boarded the train at Singapore that arrived in Kuala Lumpur at 2.00 a.m.

There were several bags with me and in my haste to get through the gates to catch a taxi upon my arrival in Kuala Lumpur, I left a bag on the train. I discovered the loss of the bag only this morning.

The bag is brown in colour, measuring about 4ft by 2ft and made of leather. My name is printed on the front side of the bag.

Though there is scarcely a chance of finding the bag, unless it has already been handed in, yet I should be obliged if you would do your utmost to find and write to me as soon as possible.

Yours faithfully,
Miss Rosalind Smith

To a friend describing a book fair
No.3, SS4/134.
Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
21st Sept, 1997My dear John,
I have something very interesting to tell you; I visited a book fair last week. I shall never forget that visit. I wish you had been there with me.

The fair was held in Sungai Wang, which, as you know, is one of the largest shopping complexes in this part of the world. About twenty publishers and book shops displayed their books. There was such an interesting variety of books that I spent several hours at the fair, reading a few pages of a large number of books. To tell you frankly, I felt a sudden desire to read all the books that were there. I must admit that I have learnt many new things about human activities in all parts of the world from the many pages that I read.

I also bought some books which were sold at special prices. The special offers attracted large numbers of book-lovers. I wish I had enough money to buy more books.

The fair was open from morning till 10 p.m. and it was really a pleasure to see so many books and people around me all the time.

I really enjoyed the visit to the fair, a visit that has increased my thirst for knowledge. I am sure you would have felt the same, if you had also been there. I shall tell you more about it when we meet next.
With all good wishes,

Yours sincerely
Mazyki

Reply to a friend who has written to say how he was saved by a policeman
311 , Bright Avenue.
Kuala, Lumpur.
lst July, 1997Dear Albert,
Your letter which came this morning was indeed very interesting to read. I wonder what had caused the boys to attack you. Perhaps they had mistaken you for somebody else against whom they had a grudge.

In any case, it was wise of you to have run away from the crowd. Most people today are afraid to help others in trouble. Otherwise, the two boys would not have dared to harm you in the presence of so many people.

You were also lucky that a policeman was around. This is how God helps the innocent and punishes the guilty. One of the boys who attacked you was caught by the policeman, and you say he was wanted by the police. He is sure to be punished for all his misdeeds. However, please be careful for sometime. The boy who escaped might still be looking for you.

Yours sincerely,
Tomby

To the principle of a Commercial College asking about the course you are interested in
123, Last Avenue,
Kuala Lumpur.
3rd June, 2003The Principal
Grighton Commercial College,
15, Trunk Road,
Grighton,
England.

Dear Sir,
Aged 20, I have passed the School Certificate Examination of the University of Cambridge and I am now keen to pursue a course in Accountancy at your renowned college. I should therefore be obliged, if you would let me know whether I am eligible for entry to the course; and if so, how I can get myself admitted and commence my studies without much delay. I look forward to receiving your reply.

Yours faithfully,
Mary Lones

Reply to a friend who has asked you to join in his factory where the pay is more
45, Main Road,
Banting,
Selangor.
23rd Feb, 19…..Dear Kim Seng,
Thank you for your letter which I received this morning.

It is indeed kind of you to ask me to join you in your factory where, you say, I could earn more than what I am earning at my present place of work. Well, Kim Seng, a better pay does not always mean a better job. You see, here I am earning only a few dollars less than what I could earn in your factory. But I do not have to pay house rent or for my meals, which would consume a large part of my income in your factory. Besides, though my present salary is low, there are chances of my earning a very high salary in a few years’ time. There might be no such chances in your factory. Finally, I stay with my family and so enjoy comforts which I do not expect to have if I work in your factory.

I must, however, thank you for taking the trouble to write to me and showing an interest in my affairs.

Yours sincerely,
Bhupesh

To a friend telling him about your new house
256, Jalan Merah,
Seremban
Negeri Sembilan
22nd February, 19…Dear Milon,
You will have heard that we have moved into a new house.

As you know, the old house was very small and dark and unhealthy, and our part of the town had become so crowded and noisy that it was miserable to liver there.

Our new house is a bungalow, standing by itself in a large compound. It is large and roomy, and open on all sides; so we get plenty of fresh air. But it is so quiet, compared with the constant noise in the town. We are all delighted with it. You must come and see it soon.
With love and best wishes,

From your friend,
Anuja

To a friend telling him about the trouble you had with police recently
140, Jalan Maxwell,
Seremban,
Negeri Sembilan.
14th February, 19…Dear Milon,
I am writing to tell you about the trouble I had with the police recently. It was a nasty experience.

I had gone to the town on my bicycle for an afternoon show at the Rex Cinema. As soon as the show was over, it began to rain so heavily that I had to take shelter in a shop. When the rain stopped at last, it was already dark and I wanted to rush home. Before I could leave the town, however, two policemen stopped me for riding the bicycle without a front light. I told them that it was because of the rain that I could not reach home before dark; but they would not listen to my pleas. I was then taken to the police station where I had to pay a fine of $20. I was allowed to collect my bicycle from the police station only on the next day.

What a shameful affair it was; I shall never forget it.

Yours sincerely,
Bock Swee

To a friend thanking him for lending some money
5, Jalan Masjid,
Kluang, Johore.
10th July, 19…My dear Mukri,
Thank you for sending me the money order for a hundred dollars and the kind words you have expressed in your letter.

I shall return the money as soon as I am able to do so, and as I said. not later than the middle of next month. Thank you for sending me the money order for a hundred dollars and the kind words you have expressed in your letter.

Thank you again for your timely help. I shall never forget your kindness.

Yours sincerely,
Sabri

To a friend who has not repaid a loan of money
4, Jalan Ipoh,
Kuala Lumpur.
3rd Apnl, 19…Dear Lim Swee,
It’s a long time since I heard from you. I hope you are keeping well.

I am writing to you to ask if you could return the money you borrowed from me almost a year ago. Perhaps you have forgotten about You see, I have a lot of things to do now, and I need every cent I can find. Perhaps you are also in the same position; but you will realise that I have waited to hear from you a long time. You had promised to return the money in a few days’ time; but now it’s almost a year. You must, however, believe me when I say that I wouldn’t have written to you if I hadn’t needed the money so badly.

I therefore hope that you will try to return the money without further delay. Please do not misunderstand me.

Yours sincerely,
Wong Fatt

To a neighbor requesting him to keep his dog from barking and disturbing
14, Japan 127
Kepong Jaya,
Kuala Lumpur
23rd August, 19…Dear Mr. Nandy,
Please excuse me for writing to you on a matter which may seem trivial to you. I have, however, given the matter much thought and I now think that I have to mention it to you for the sake of my family.

It is about your dog which has formed a nasty habit of barking the whole day. You can imagine how disturbing it is to have a dog near you barking day in and day out. As you are never at home during the day, you perhaps do not know how much noise your dog makes to disturb all your neighbors.

I should therefore be please if you would do something to stop your dog from disturbing my family so much; so that I may not have to complain to you again.

Yours truly,
(Miss) A.K.Tan

Thanking someone for recommendation
4, Peak Venue,
Kuala Lumpur.
5th March, 19…My dear Amy,
It was indeed very nice of you to recommend my name to your employer for the post of Junior Clerk in your office. I received this piece of news from Julie who came to see me this morning. I have been looking for a job for sometime and it will indeed be a great help to me and my family if I am appointed to the post you have in mind.

Please accept my appreciation for what you have done for me. I am sure I will get the job, as I know how much your employer respects your opinions, advice and recommendations.

Yours very sincerely,
Anita

To a lady expressing your appreciation for her hospitability
5, Newcombe Road,
Kuala Lumpur
5th April 19…Dear Miss Elliot,
I wish to express my appreciation to you for all that you did for me during my short stay in England. I shall not forget the visit to the interesting places, especially the cinemas and the night club and the interesting people that I met while you took me round the country. You were indeed hospitable. I wish you could visit my country some day soon so that I could repay your hospitality adequately.
Thank you once again for your kindness.

Yours truly,
Unda Tan

To a doctor thanking him for someone's recovery from a serious illness
7, Road 12,
Devlin Square,
Kuala Lumpur,
1st June, 19…Dear Dr. Edward,
You will be pleased to learn that my father has recovered completely from the serious illness that almost threatened his life a few days ago. My father’s quick recovery from the illness was not due to God’s kindness alone but also because of your skill as a doctor and your deep knowledge of medicine.

My family and I are more obliged to you than we can express, and I pray that God may grant you a long life so that you may bring cheer and happiness to the lives of many more of the sick and the distressed.

Yours truly,
Tan Kwee Meng

An invitation to a friend
No. 513,
Oldman Street
Kuala Lumpur
21st August, 19…Dear Rosemary,
You will be glad to know that my brother who was in England for so many years has just returned after passing his law exam. He will soon be practising as a lawyer in this city.

My parents and I are so happy at his return and success that we have decided to give a party to all our friends. The party will be held on the 5th of next month at our home at 6 o’clock in the evening.

I am therefore writing to you to ask you to attend the party. I am sure we will enjoy being together for a few hours on that day. Please write to me to say that you will be coming.

Yours sincerely,
Marina

To a friend inviting her to attend a wedding
No.72, Jalan Baru,
Malacca.
3rd April, 19…Dear Kamariah,
You will be glad, I am sure, to know that my sister, Swee Lan, is getting married on the 10th of this month. The groom is a well known doctor in this town. We are all very proud of him. My sister is indeed a very lucky girl.

However, my parents have invited a lot of people to attend the wedding, and they have asked me to invite all my friends as well. I shall therefore be glad if you will also attend to wedding. It will be a very grand wedding, I can assure you.

Please come in the morning, so that we can have a lot of fun together.

Your loving friend,
Swee Moi

Declining an invitation to a wedding
15, Jalan Multan,
Muar, Johor,
6th April, 19…Dear Swee Moi,
Thank you for asking me to attend your sister’s wedding on the 10th of this month. Your sister is indeed very lucky, and I am sure that the wedding will be an event to remember. I would certainly like to attend such a wedding, but as you know, my mother is still very ill and I have to be near by to attend to her needs.

You must therefore excuse me from attending the party. I shall try to meet your lovely sister and the new member of your family, your brother-in-law, as soon as I am able to do so.

Your loving friend,
Kamanah

Informing a mother about someone's success
15, New Trees Road,
Kuala Lumpur
23rd June, 19…Dear Mother,
I have great news for you: I have passed the final examination of my school with very high marks. I obtained eighty marks in all the subjects.

My teachers say that I should do very well in the next examination, if I continue to study hard. I am very pleased with this remark of my teachers. I am sure you and father will be very happy and proud, if I do well in the next and most important examination. I shall come home soon.

I hope everyone is keeping well at home. Please give my love to father and the little ones.
With love and regards to you.

From your loving daughter,
Norisha

From a son to a mother who has sent a gift to celebrate his success in the exam
105 Market Street,
Singapore
20th October 19…My dear Mother,
Thank you very much for the gift you have sent me to celebrate my success in my last examination. It is such an expensive and beautiful thing that seems like a dream come true. I had never expected such a gift. In any case, I am sure I would not have done so well in my examination if father and you have not given me the encouragement and inspiration to study hard and to believe in the importance of knowledge and wisdom. I shall certainly treasure your gift, realising how proud father and you are of me.
I shall come home soon.
With love to you and father,

Your affectionate son,
Esmond

To a business asking about a job
5, Asia Avenue,
Kuala Lumpur,
10th September, 19…The Manager,
New Products Ltd.,
5, Nelson Street,
Kuala Lumpur

Dear Sir,
Having left school a few months ago, I am looking for some work to support myself and to build up a career for myself. I am a Chinese of eighteen years of age. I have obtained passes in five subjects in the G.C.E. examination, including English and Mathematics. While in school, I played football, badminton and other games and was a very active member in the debating society. Though I have no experience in any kind of office work, I am prepared to work hard and acquire some experience in some profession.

I should therefore be grateful to you if you would let me know if you could offer me any work in your ọffice, suitable for my qualifications.

Yours faithfully,
Gilbert Soo

Reply to an advertisement for a Junior Clerk
205, Noms Road:
Singapore,
20th October 19….The Manager,
Brixton Enterprise,
8, Clive Street,
Kuala Lumpur,

Dear Sir,
I wish to apply for the post of Junior Clerk, advertised in the “Daily Press” today. I am nineteen years old and have just passed the School Certificate Examination of the University of Cambridge. I have also taken a course in Typewriting and Book-keeping. I enclose copies of some of my testimonials, and refer you to the Principal of Grammar School, 10, Queen Street, Kuala Lumpur, for my character. If I am given the post, I can assure you that I will do my best to give you satisfaction.

Yours faithfully,
Belinda Lee

To the editor of a newspaper about the dirty roads in your locality
14, Jalan 127,
Jaya Puri,
Telok Intan,
15th May, 19…The Editor
New Asia Press,
15, New Lane,
Kuala Lumpur

Sir,
As a resident of Telok Intan, I wish to draw the attention of the proper ạuthorities to the dirty roads of this town. No one seems to bother about the dirt that is spreading from the roads to all the corners of the town. If no action is taken to remove the dirt immediately there will soon be an epidemic of various diseases.

I hope the authorities will act immediately to prevent the spread of disease and death that may result from the negligence of the authorities in this regard.

Yours sincerely,
Richard Tan

For the post of Assistant Secretary in a commercial firm
Address…
Date….The Manager,
Bolton Industries,
10th New Park Avenue,
Kuala Lumpur

Dear Sir,
In response to your advertisement in the “Daily Mail”, for an Assistant Secretary, I beg to apply for the post.

I am twenty-five years of age and I obtained passes in the G.C.E. Examination in the following subjects

1. English ‘O’ level.
2. Mathematics ‘O’ level.
3. Geography ‘O’ level.
4. Economics ‘O’ level.
5. English Law ‘A’ level.

After passing the G.C.E. Examination, I enrolled myself in a Commercial School where I passed in Typewriting, Book-keeping, Commercial Correspondence and Shorthand at the Advanced Stage of the I.C.C.I. Examination.

Though I have no experience, I am confident that the knowledge that I have acquired in commercial subjects will enable me to carry out my duties to your satisfaction, if you appoint me to the post. I should therefore be obliged if you would grant me an interview on any date convenient to you.

Yours faithfully,
Margaret Smith

For the post of salesman in a large firm
Address…
Date….The Manager,
Eurasia Enterprises Ltd.,
5, Green Street, Singapore

Dear Sir,
As I am deeply interested in the career of salesmanship, I write to you in the hope that you will be able to employ me in your renowned firm.

Aged eighteen, I have just left school after obtaining ‘O’ level passes in English, Mathematics, Geography, History and Economics in the G.C.E. Examination of the Cambridge University. While in school, I played football and badminton and was an active member of the Literary and Debating Society. I was also on the Editorial Board of my school magazine. I took part in many inter-school debates and won prizes and certificates for my oratorical skill. As I am aware that a salesman in your firm has enough scope for his abilities of self-expression and for earning power, I am earnest in my desire to offer my services to you. I am prepared to travel extensively to promote your products. I therefore sincerely hope that you will give due consideration to my application and let me know your decision at your earliest convenience.

Yours faithfully,
Kenneth Brown

To apply for the programmer position
Mr. George Gilhooley
XYZ Company87 Delaware Road
Hatfield, CA 08065
(909) 555-5555

Date

Dear Mr. Gilhooley,
I am writing to apply for the programmer position advertised in the Times Union. As requested, I am enclosing a completed job application, my certification, my resume and three references. The opportunity presented in this listing is very interesting, and I believe that my strong technical experience and education will make me a very competitive candidate for this position.

The key strengths that I possess for success in this position include:
– I have successfully designed, developed, and supported live use applications.
– I strive for continued excellence.
– I provide exceptional contributions to customer service for all customers

With a BS degree in Computer Programming, I have a full understanding of the full life cycle of a software development project. I also have experience in learning and excelling at new technologies as needed. Please see my resume for additional information on my experience. I can be reached anytime via my cell phone, 555-555-5555. Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to speaking with you about this employment opportunity.

Sincerely,
John Brown

To apply for a sales representative position
April 14, 2006
Mr. William Jackson
Employment Manager
Acme Pharmaceutical Corporation13764 Jefferson Parkway
Roanoke, VA 24019
jackson@acmepharmaceutical.com

Dear Mr. Jackson,
From your company’s web site I learned about your need for a sales representative for the Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina areas. I am very interested in this position with Acme Pharmaceuticals, and believe that my education and employment background are appropriate for the position.

While working toward my master’s degree, I was employed as a sales representative with a small dairy foods firm. I increased my sales volume and profit margin appreciably while at Farmer’s Foods, and I would like to repeat that success in the pharmaceutical industry. I have a strong academic background in biology and marketing, and think that I could apply my combination of knowledge and experience to the health industry. I will complete my master’s degree in marketing in mid-May and will be available to begin employment in early June.

Enclosed is a copy of my resume, which more fully details my qualifications for the position.

I look forward to talking with you regarding sales opportunities with Acme Pharmaceuticals. Within the next week I will contact you to confirm that you received my email and resume and to answer any questions you may have. Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely,
Lynn A. Johnson

To apply for the marketing research position
March 14, 2008Ms. Charlene Prince
Director of Personnel
Large National Bank Corporation

Roanoke, VA 24040
cprince@largebank.com

Dear Ms. Prince,
As I indicated in our telephone conversation yesterday, I would like to apply for the marketing research position you advertised in the March 12th edition of the Roanoke Times and World News. With my undergraduate research background, my training in psychology and sociology, and my work experience, I believe I could make a valuable contribution to Large National Bank Corporation in this position.

In May I will complete my Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. As part of the requirements for this degree, I am involved in a senior marketing research project that has given me experience interviewing and surveying research subjects and assisting with the analysis of the data collected. I also have completed a course in statistics and research methods.

In addition to academic work, my experience also includes working part-time as a bookkeeper in a small independent bookstore with an annual budget of approximately $150,000. Because of the small size of this business, I have been exposed to and participated in most aspects of managing a business, including advertising and marketing. As the bookkeeper, I produced monthly sales reports that allow the owner/buyer to project seasonal inventory needs. I also assisted with the development of ideas for special promotional events and calculated book sales proceeds after each event in order to evaluate its success.

I believe that the combination of my business experience and social science research training is well-suited to the marketing research position you described. I have enclosed a copy of my resume with additional information about my qualifications. Thank you for your consideration. I look forward to receiving your reply.

Sincerely,
Jessica Lawrence

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