Letter: Model Letter of Complaint





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Spenta House
Splendid Nagar
20 February, 2010.
The Municipal Chairman
Municipality of Hyderabad
I am a resident of Splendid Nagar, Hyderabad and I wish to bring to your
attention a grievous problem faced by the residents of my locality.
There are only five buses plying in the route 255 from Splendid Nagar to
Glamour Street Cross Roads which is not adequate for this busy route. The
inadequate number of buses in this route is causing dire difficulties to the
residents of the Splendid Nagar as they solely depend on the buses in this
route to arrive at Glamour Street Cross Roads, a centre of educational
institutions and business center.
The students from our locality find it difficult to reach in time at
their school or college. Moreover, the lack of sufficient buses in the evening
makes them return home only after the nightfall. This not only a security risks
for them because of the wanton antisocial elements but also a grave cause of
anxiety to their parents.
A large number of people from Splendid Nagar work in the business firms
in the Glamour Street Cross Roads. The insufficient bus facilities are a
nightmare to them as they are often late to their job and are late back home. Recently
one my friends had an interview at EduSolutions Pvt Ltd at Glamour Street Cross
Roads and he could not arrive in time for the interview because of underprovided
bus facility in the route.
I can present a number of similar incidents where the Splendid Nagar
residents have undergone enormous misery due to this poor bus facility in the
route 255 from Splendid Nagar to Glamour Street Cross Roads.
I humbly request you to look into this grave problem faced by us and
take the necessary steps to mitigate our misery by introducing sufficient
number of buses in the route 255 from Splendid Nagar to Glamour Street Cross
Yours faithfully,
Spenta Roy

Letter Writing Practice -Personal Letter

Your aunt has been ill for a while and now she is recuperating. Write a letter to her enquiring about her health as well as explaining why you are not able to visit her.Offer her help if she needs any.  

Revision Test:Composition and Grammar

Revision Test:Composition and Grammar

Time: One Hour Max Marks: 25
Question 1                                                                                                                                          [10]
Apply for the following post advertised.
Assistant Manager-Sales: Chennai
Position: Assistant Manager-Sales
Location: Chennai
Qualification: MBA in marketing
Remarks: Mail your Application to the address
Krypton Developers Pvt. Ltd

Hadrons Road

Chennai 600048
The Hindu Print Edition dt. 16 Jun, 2010
Question 2 Rewrite the following sentences according to the instructions given after each and making other changes that may be necessary, without changing the meaning of any sentence.                                         [10]
1. To the best of my knowledge, he is vegetarian. (Begin: As far as ….)
2. The train journey from Kolkata to Asansol takes three hours. (Begin: It is a ….)
3. The peon cannot leave unless I permit him. (Use: without)
4. ‘Kindly leave the bag here, Madam’, said the porter. (Change the narration)
5. The tea is so hot that I cannot drink it. ( Remove: so….that)

6. He was a poet as well as a statesman. (Combine to make a negative sentence)
7. As soon as the awards were announced, the winners walked to the podium. (Begin: No sooner…)
8. No one came as late as Diana to the party. . (Change to superlative)
9. The thought of being alone terrified her. (change the voice)
10. Put your books aside, people may fall over them. (Use: lest)
Question 3 Fill in the blanks with appropriate preposition:                                                                          [5]
1) I looked ……. my nephew while his parents went out.
2) We should not look ……. upon the poor.
3) Farmers look ……. to a better standard of living.
4) The principal promised to look ……. her case.
5) I am trying to look ……. my key.


A reputed Industrial Firm is looking for Manager Trainees.Candidates must be at least 23 years of age and possess a degree in English. Write a letter to the Managing Director of the firm giving your details, seeking more information about the training period and expressing interest in the offer.

You should practise Application for the post of different types of jobs with the relevant qualification and other pertinent details.

Post of an English Teacher.

Post of a Art Teacher.
Post of a Clerical Assisstant.
Post of Private Secretary.

Letter Writing

Select one of the following:- 
(a) You have been requested to judge a One Act Play Competition. However, you are unable to do sodue to unavoidable circumstances.Write a letter of regret to the Principal of the host school, declining the invitation.
(b) Recently your class was sent to participate in a Science exhibition organized by the State Education Department at the district headquarters. Write your uncle living in Singapore, explaining two salient features of the exhibition.