Write a letter within 120 words to the editor of a newspaper complaining about the high prices of everyday necessities.
[Points: prices of almost all articles of daily use rising high – poor and middle class people suffer much – the Govt. to take steps to check rise in prices]
Formal letter is a business or official letter. They are written to complaint or inform something. These letters include applications, letters to editors, official letters, letters to and from organizations, government departments etc. These letters have an objective or business-like style of writing...
bogie. The railway officials have stooped so low as to fleece the passengers. This bogie is of third class condition. Before stepping into the train, they just did not expect the worst quality conditions and were greatly disappointed. There was no proper sitting arrangement for the passengers.
Through your papers I want to draw the attention of concerned authorities towards the worst condition of roads in Karachi.
Almost all roads in Karachi are destroyed. This situation of roads is very dangerous for drivers. By this condition of roads loss of expensive vehicles and many...
Composition based on verbal stimulus such as an advertisement, notice, newspaper report, diary extract, notes letters etc.
Word limit 200 words (for letter – 150 words only for body of the letter.
3. Composition based on visual stimulus such as diagram, picture, graph, map, cartoon sketch, flowchart...
fatigued, he should stop studying and should do something very different.
a) The passage has been taken from the lesson” London Road” written by Laurie Lee.
b) When the narrator of the story finally went towards London migrating from his country
village, he became alone...
very impressed by what he had received and wrote a letter back (Whitman 730). This is among the most famous letters ever written to an aspiring writer. Without asking Emerson’s permission, Whitman gave this private letter to Charles Dana, the editor for publication in the New York Tribune (Whitman 730)...
The Mail and Guardian
124 Poster Road
Violence at schools
With reference to the article on the Unisa study on violence in schools that was published in The Mercury on the 24th of May, I would like to express some of my views on the issue...
of wheat (instead of less profitable corn)
(1852) also called the National Road, most famous of the roads, went from Maryland to Illinois
Note: the North built roads and turnpikes to transport their goods while the South's road system was poor
(1825) economically tied...
text. The book itself, that is, has reached us only by a devious path around Cyclopean censors and the Scylla and Charybdis of pirates and obtuse editors and publishers. ULYSSES both retells and re-enacts, that is, the Odyssean journey of information that, once sent, is threatened and nearly thwarted...
their governemnt as a cornerstone of freedom, often spoke of a nation bound together by a system of postal roads and post offices.” (Longley 2013) Postal offices are forbidden to open any letters unless it is undelieverbale. The United States Postal Service (USPS) is resposible for providing postal services...
person tortured his or her voice, to use language to let pain give an accurate account of itself, to present regimes that torture with a deluge of letters and telegrams, a deluge of voices speaking on behalf of, voices speaking in the voice of, the person silenced, these acts that return to the prisoner...
accordance with their formation and pronunciation.
A. Divide the word according to its formation: B. Divide "on the vowel:" C. Divide between double letters, unless they come at the end of the simple form of the word: Follow this rule whatever the final consonant. Thus write, Charles's friend Burns's poems...
After three years, these women showed a much lower rate of hip fractures than is average for their age.
The following appeared in a letter from a department chairperson to the president of Pierce University.
"Some studies conducted by Bronston College, which is also located in a small...
He took so long to brake.”
Another reference that I found from the OCR resource pack was that a road worker got killed by an older driver who failed to see him under a bridge, which made the road darker by the shadow of the bridge. A doctor said “The older driver’s eyes cannot adjust quickly to changes...
Politics and Classism.
The History of George Orwell.
Road to Wigan pier
In this dissertation my main aim to describe George Orwell and find out what made him tick. Orwell was and is one of the most quoted...
and the other is so badly wounded that her leg is amputated. The horse is in such bad condition that it should be put down, but the mother will not make that decision without her daughter’s approval. The mother (an editor of a major style magazine) is distraught over her daughter losing her leg, her future...
Writing one out of two letters based on verbal input. Letter types include:
business or official letters (for making enquiries, registering complaints, asking for and giving
information, placing orders and sending replies):
letters to the editor (giving suggestions on an...
James Polk, but was dismissed from this post when Zachary Taylor became president. Hawthorne then devoted himself to his most famous novel, The Scarlet Letter. He zealously worked on the novel with a determination he had not known before. His intense suffering infused the novel with imaginative energy, leading...
English from Boston College and her M.A. in English from Marquette University in Milwaukee. She has worked as managing editor of a major textbook company. Currently, Ms. Camas is senior editor for the American Automobile Association’s publication AAA World. Harriett Brownson Smith earned her B.S. degree in...
photocopies or other reproduction of copyrighted
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photocopy or other reproduction. One of the specified conditions is that the photocopy or
reproduction is not to be used for any purpose other...
for the care of the city's poor at the rear of Trinity College, Dublin, was the forerunner of the Dublin Eye and Ear Hospital, now located at Adelaide Road. On his father's side Wilde was descended from a Dutchman, Colonel de Wilde, who went to Ireland with King William of Orange's invading army in 1690...
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To the Editor:
In the Nation column of your newspaper on July 15, you have raised the issue of the typical Malaysian driver. The article emphasized that the typical Malaysian driver is selfish and delusional. Malaysia’s poor drivers are not new, and to many people, other issues are more important...
Greenville South Carolina 29611
Letter to the Editor
Texting and Driving
I am writing this letter to draw your attention to a matter of great importance about texting and driving. Texting while driving can cause people to be hurt really bad or even may cause death. While Texting...
of journalism because I consider myself to be a sports fanatic, and would very much enjoy spending the rest of my working days writing about the conditions in the world of sports. During the last year or so I have taken a period of time everyday to relax and read over sports articles from baseball and...
making the same mistakes over and over again
people make fewer mistakes in consistent environments
programmers have a common enemy :-)
Now the bad:
the standard is usually stupid because it was made by someone who doesn't understand PHP
the standard is usually stupid because it's...
business ventures in London had been unfortunate. He returned to the United States, arriving in Richmond in August, 1820, considerably embarrassed, a condition in which his partner Charles Ellis was also involved. Assignments of real estate were eventually made to satisfy creditors. The life of the Allan...
Karori”: How to face time in Menton‟ Katherine Mansfield rented the Isola Bella from September 1920 to May 1921. During those eight months she wrote more letters than from any other one place in her lifetime, as well as some of her most highly regarded stories. It was during this time that she accepted her illness...
because average homosexuals do NOT really want to be married. The thought of the monogamous constraints of real marriage is anathema to them. This editor of a homosexual magazine sums up the apathy:
"[...]I don’t expect the wedding rate will pick up. We have something better in our relationships...