Job

You have got a letter from your pen friend. He/she wants to find a part-time job to earn some money. Write a letter, include the following:
  • If it is popular with teenagers in your country to have a part-time job;
  • what pluses and minuses of such an employment are;
  • what kind of work teenagers can apply for.

Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

Travelling

You were staying in England for some weeks at your friend`s house. Now you have just returned home and have decided to write a thank you letter to your friend. Include the following:

  • say «Thank you» again;
  • praise English food;
  • praise their hospitality.

Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

Your friend is coming over to stay with you. However, you will be away on vacation for a month. Write him/her a letter and say:

  • How to get the keys to your flat
  • How to operate the equipment in the flat, and
  • Suggest a few places of interest to visit

Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

A family member is coming to stay with you. He/she will be arriving by train in the morning, but you won’t be home until the evening. Write a letter to your relative. In your letter:

  • explain the arrangements you have made for them to get keys and enter the house
  • tell your relative how to get from the train station to your house
  • say when you will be home and suggest what you could do together that evening

Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

Technology

You have got a letter from your pen friend. His/her parents think that mobile phones are just expensive “toys” that teenagers use for fun and nothing more and they don`t want to buy him/her the latest model of iPhone. Write a letter to your friend in which you:

  • Express your opinion on the subject;
  • Describe the pros and cons of having a mobile phone;
  • give some advice to your friend what he/she should do in his/her situation.

Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

You’ve got a letter from your English pen-friend. He/she has recently bought an electronic book reader and is very excited using it. He/she thinks that traditional paper books are no longer necessary and so he/she advises you to use an e-book reader as well. Write a letter to your friend and

  • explain your personal attitude to reading in general, and to e-books in particular
  • express your opinion about his/her idea that traditional paper books are no longer necessary
  • say what role books play in your life

    Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    You’ve received a letter from your foreign pen-pal. He/she wrote you that he/she had bought a new mobile phone which had been advertised on TV. But he/she was disappointed with his/her purchase. It turned out that the phone didn’t have all the features the adverts promised. Write a letter to your pen-pal in which you

    • give your opinion about advertising in mass media
    • write what advertisements should be banned and why
    • give him/her a piece of advice how to avoid being fooled by adverts

    Write a letter of at least 100 words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    You want to sell your television. You think a friend of yours might like to buy it from you. Write a letter to your friend.

    In your letter:

    • Explain why you are selling the television.
    • Describe the television.
    • Suggest a date when your friend can come and see it.

    Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    You have got a letter from your pen friend. His/her parents think that he/she has got “addicted” to the computer and that he/she lives in the virtual world. He/she complains that they allow him/her to use the computer only two hours per day Write a letter to your friend in which you:

    • Express your opinion on the subject;
    • Describe the pros and cons of having a computer;
    • give some advice to your friend what he/she should do in his/her situation.

    Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    My Country

    Your friend from another country asked you to send a letter next time you went on holiday.You are having a short holiday in your country. Write the letter to your friend, in which you:

    • describe the outdoor activities you have been doing;
    • say how you spend your time when you are not out;
    • tell your friend what you are hoping to do before your holiday ends.

    Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    Your friend from England asked you to write about the town/city/village where you live. Write the letter to your friend, include the information:

    •  traffic and transport;
    • things to see;
    • activities for young people.

    Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    People

    You have received a letter from your pen-friend in which he/she tells you about his/her relationship with his/her elder brother whom he/she considers to be his/her best friend.

    Write a letter to your pen-friend in which you say

    • who your best friend is
    • what he/she looks like
    • what you like and dislike about his/her character

    Write a letter of at least … words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    Write an email to your penfriend  about your favourite celebrity in which:

    • introduce and explain why he/she is popular;
    • describe his/her appearance and personality;
    • explain why you admire him/her and ask your friend whether he/she has a favourite celebrity.

    Write an email  of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your email in an appropriate way.

    Write an email to your e-pal about your favourite teacher in which:

    • describe his/her appearance and clothes;
    • explain why you like him/her;
    • describe his/her hobby and ask your friend whether he/she has a favourite teacher

    Write an email  of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your email in an appropriate way.Your friend has sent you a letter in which he touches upon the issue on friendship nowadays. Write a letter in which you:

    • tell him what traits you value and dislike;
    • tell him your opinion about virtual friendship;
    • give him advice how to find time for friends.

    Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    Home

    Your friend has written you that his/her parents are always criticizing him/her for the mess in his/her room and he/she has wondered about your room. Write him/her a letter in which:

    • tell him/her how much a room says about a person;
    • describe your room;
    • give some advice.

    Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    You have just returned from your exchange trip to London. Write an email to your e-pal and:

    • describe your English host family`s house;
    • tell about advantages and disadvantages of living with an English host family;
    • invite your friend to your country and suggest ways of spending time together.

    Write an email  of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your email in an appropriate way.

    You are a city resident and you have just returned from the trip to the village where your friend lives. Write a letter to your penfriend and:

    • describe  your friend`s house in the village;
    • tell about advantages and disadvantages of living in the village;
    • invite your friend to your city and suggest ways of spending time together.

    Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    You are a village resident and you have just returned from the trip to the city where your friend lives. Write a letter to your penfriend and:

    • describe  your friend`s flat in the city;
    • tell about advantages and disadvantages of living in a big city;
    • invite your friend to your village and suggest ways of spending time together.

    Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    While studying abroad you are looking for a flatmate. On your school website you have found an interesting flat for rent. Write an email to your potential flatmate in which:

    • ask him about the location and rent;
    • ask if you can invite friends
    • find out about the habits and interests of your potential flatmate

    Write an email  of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your email in an appropriate way.

    You spent a weekend at your friend’s house in the countryside. Write a letter to your English friend:

    • describing the house and the setting,
    • tell about something that happened that weekend,
    • give some advantages of living in the countryside.

    Write a letter  of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    You have recently moved to a different house/apartment. Write a letter to an English speaking friend. In your letter:

    • Explain why you have moved
    • Describe the new house/apartment
    • Invite him/her to pay you a visit.

    Write an email  of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your email in an appropriate way.

    You have received a letter from your pen-friend in which he/she complains that he/she rents a tiny apartment which he/she shares with two fellow- students. They have only one desk and have to do their homework in turns. Write a letter to your pen-friend in which you say

    • whether your room is spacious enough for you
    • what makes your room comfortable/uncomfortable
    • what you would like to change in it and why

    Write a letter of at least … words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    Health

    You have decided to lead a healthier lifestyle.Write an e-mail to your English friend and:

    • explain why you have decided to change your habits,
    • describe the changes you are implementing and underline the most difficult issues,
    • describe how you felt after the first few days of carrying the new plan into effect.

    Write an email  of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your email in an appropriate way.

    You play sport (e.g. football) for a local team. You recently heard that a player in your team is in a hospital. Write a letter to your team-mate. In your letter:

    • Say how you feel about the news
    • Ask about the treatment in the hospital
    • Suggest some ways of cheering him/her up

    Write a letter  of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    You have received a letter from your pen friend in which he/she complains of a bad cold he/she can`t get rid of. Write a letter in which you:

    • give him/her advice on how to recover quickly;
    • tell him/her about your last visit to a doctor;
    • say what you do to avoid falling ill

    Write a letter  of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    Nature

    A natural disaster has recently struck your area. Write a letter to your friend:

    • describe the kind of the disaster and the area where it happened,
    • describe the damages caused by the disaster,
    • explain how your family is coping with the situation.

    Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    Fashion

    You’ve got a letter from your English pen-friend. He/she writes that he/she likes to dress well. He/she tries to buy clothes at famous designers’ shops. But it’s very expensive and the parents don’t want to buy such clothes for him/her. Write a letter to your friend in which you:

    • express your opinion about present-day fashion
    • write what clothes you prefer to wear, where you usually buy clothes and who helps you to do the shopping.
    • give some advice to your friend what he/she should do in his/her situation.

    Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    Holidays

    You and your family celebrated the New Year with your friends in their small country house not far from your place. Write a letter to your English pen-friend about this celebration. Mention:

    • how you got to the country house and what the weather was like on New Year’s Eve;
    • what special dishes you had for the holiday dinner;
    • how you spent the time and what gifts you prepared for your family and friends.

    Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    You are going away to travel for the summer. A friend will be looking after your house while you are away. Write a letter to your friend. In your letter:

    • say where you are going
    • describe your house
    • explain some of the things your friend must do to look after your house.

    Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    You have received a letter from your pen-friend in which he/she tells you how he/she is preparing for the celebration of Mother’s Day. Write a letter to your pen-friend in which you say

    • whether you know anything about this holiday
    • what holidays are widely celebrated in Ukraine
    • which holiday you like the most and why

    Write a letter of at least … words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    You want to spend a two-week holiday in your friend’s region. Write a letter to your friend asking for information and advice. In your letter:

    • ask how to find somewhere to stay;
    • ask for advice about what to do there;
    • ask about what clothes to bring along.

    Write a letter of at least … words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    Hobby

    You’ve got a letter from your English pen-friend. He/she writes that he/she wants to take up a new hobby – photography. Write a letter to your friend in which you:

    • Give your opinion concerning photography as a hobby;
    • Describe your favourite photograph.
    • Mention the best places for storing photos (The photo is in my wallet as well as on my phone. I have also used it as a screen saver for my laptop, so I see it every time I go online)

    Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    You’ve got a letter from your English pen-friend in which he/she describes his/her impressions of visiting a music festival. Write a letter to your pen- friend in which you

    • say what kind of music you like best
    • describe a musical event you attended recently
    • tell him/her what your parents think about your musical preferences

    Write a letter of at least … words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    School

    Recently you have visited the school you used to attend. Write an email to your e-pal and write:

    • What school you visited and why;
    • A description of your visit and of the changes the school has undergone in the last few years;
    • What you think about the school now.

    Write an email  of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your email in an appropriate way.

    Last month you started attending a new school. Write an email to a friend and:

    • describe the school and explain why you chose exactly this school;
    • express your opinion about your new class and teachers;
    • tell what you like the most and the least about the new school

    Write an email  of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your email in an appropriate way.

    Share the latest news with your pen-friend. In your letter mention

    • that you are studying abroad in an English-speaking country
    • describe the school and say what you like and dislike about it
    • how you spend your free time with new friends there

    Write an email  of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your email in an appropriate way.

    Sport

    You have received a letter from your friend who would like to take part in a chess tournament. You have other plans and don`t want to take part in it. Write a letter in which you:

    • refuse the invitation politely;
    • explain why you don`t want to take part in the tournament;
    • suggest a different sports event you could both take part in.

    Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    Family

    You have got a letter from your pen friend in which she complains that her parents make her do a lot of work about the house. Write a letter to her including the following:
    • Pros and cons concerning the problem in the letter;
    • Your own family`s traditions of sharing household duties;
    • Give her some advice how to manage her duties.

    Write a letter of at least … words. Don`t use your real name or any other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    You have got a letter from your friend who has recently celebrated his/her birthday. He/she writes that he/she is very disappointed with his/her parents because they gave him/her a new mobile phone instead of an iPod as a birthday present. Write a letter to your friend in which you

    • give your opinion about a perfect birthday present
    • describe the best present you have ever been given
    • tell him/her how you usually choose presents for family and friends.

    Write a letter of at least …  words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.

    You have got a letter from your pen friend in which he/she writes that he/she wants to find some work after school while his/her parents insist on his/her going to university. Write an answer to him/her in which you

    • say what you think about his/her decision and explain why
    • give your friend some advice on how to behave in this situation
    • tell him/her what you are going to do after school

    Write a letter of at least …  words. Do not write your own name, any dates, addresses or other personal information. Start your letter in an appropriate way.


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