Candidates are asked to write a personal informal, semi-formal or formal letter, responding to a given problem or situation. Input to Task 1 includes a brief description of the problem or situation followed by 3 bullet points which tell the candidate what information is required in the letter. Candidates must write at least 150 words for this task.
Or Dear Madam,
Or Dear Sir/ Madam,
Etc. are the choices depending upon the fact that the person to whom one has to write letter is male/ female or unknown respectively.
If the person to whom letter is to be written is a male and say, his name is Mark Boucher.
Dear Mr. Mark,
But if female say, Kate Smith, use
Dear Mrs. Smith if known that she is married,
Dear Miss Smith, if she is unmarried or
Dear Ms. Smith, if nothing is known about her marital status.
Dear Kate, etc.
You have some library books that you are unable to return as a member of your family in another city has fallen sick and you have had to go and look after them.
Write a letter to the library explaining the situation. Apologize for the inconvenience called and say what you are going to do.
You should write at least 150 words.
The input to Task 2 consists of a statement of a point of view, argument or problem about a specific topic. This is followed by instructions asking candidates to discuss the topic by providing general factual information, outlining and/or presenting a solution, justifying an opinion, or evaluating ideas and evidence. Candidates are expected to produce a discursive piece of writing. Candidates must write at least 250 words for this task.BASIC TIPS:
You should spend no more than 40 minutes on this task. As part of the class assignment you have to write about the following topic. Some governments say how many children family can have in their country. They may control the population in this way .Do you agree or disagree? Give reasons for your answer. You should write at least 250 words.