Posted by: laurainguia | February 12, 2009

Writing informal letters

We were talking in class about the importance of register when writing: when you write an “informal” letter, you should use more relaxed, casual phrases. So here you go: a document with examples of letters and language which will make you sound more natural and fluent (adapted from Saro’s blog, another teacher from Las Palmas language school). When you’re ready, why don’t you go and contact your American friends? (TIP: if you want to improve your writing in general, click on the “Writing“tag on any of our blogs, and you’ll have access to the posts that the teachers have written about it).

Click here to download the document:


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