Write a letter to your friend. In your letter
Write at least 150 words.
You do NOT need to write any addresses.
Begin your letter as follows
I hope this letter finds you in good health. I still remember the last trip we had last May to the jungles of Gir with our families.
En route, we clicked numerous photographs of wild, but one of them, which was the highlight of the endeavour, was that of 10 lions together in the wee hours of the morning. Lions in India are rarefied, and so, the photograph you clicked is a rare gem. I would be thrilled to receive a raw copy of it.
I think this click will suit my son Rohan’s latest science project on wildlife for the tenth standard. Firstly, the photograph captures the beast in its full glory, and secondly, the original work rather than just plagiarism will elevate the quality of his project.
The hardcopy shared with Rohan was misplaced in his school-bus. Even after multiple searches in school, the bus and at home, we could not recover it. Moreover, I still have a copy of it on my WhatsApp; however, it is far from impressive to print it in the project.
I hope you find some time from your busy schedule to dispatch the raw copy as already mentioned. Call me if needed. See you at Suresh’s housewarming party next week. Thanks.
The letter has an appropriate informal tone throughout. Each instruction in Writing Task 1 is addressed in detail without diverging from the main topic or repeating ideas.
Each paragraph has a separate function to perform, and all of them are connected with each other well. An adequate number of linking devices are used to connect paragraphs and sentences within them
All words are used in a desirable context, thus avoiding any change of meaning. Also, a few rarely used words are handled well in the sentences.
The author ensures a variety of sentences structures: simple, compound and complex. They have hardly any errors or ambiguities.