English Letter writing exercises Improve your English writing
letter asking for a reference (good
intermediate and up) Learn how to write English letters asking for help. This
is a letter to a friend asking for some help.
Text ordering exercise. Put the sentences of the letter in order.
Proofreading exercise. Find the mistakes and correct them.
Mini letter writing lesson. Letter to a bank.(Upper intermediate) Improve your English grammar, style and vocabulary with this set of five exercises on a short letter to a bank. Do them in sequence to improve your formal vocabulary.
Mini lesson. Job application letter(good intermediate and up). Learn to write a formal English letter with these exercises on applying for a job working in an English language school.
Mini lesson. Formal complaint letter (low intermediate and up). Increase your English vocabulary with this letter complaining to a transport company about some damaged furniture.
Mini lesson. Complaint letter to a phone company (good intermediate and up). Study how to write Englsi letters with this formal letter to complain to a telephone company about a serious problem with their service.
intermediate and up) Learn how to write a business e-mail. This is a semi-formal business e-mail, which is a small
report on a project. Multiple choice
Cloze exercise. Work on your prepositions.
English letter writing exercise (good
intermediate and up) Improve your informal English vocabulary and phrasal verbs. This is a letter to a friend. It has multiple
choice informal vocabulary, phrasal verbs and some colloquial language.
Text ordering exercise. Put the letter in order.
to a newspaper (good intermediate and up). This
is a letter to a newspaper about the negative effects of tourism in Asian
countries. It has some aspects of an argumentative essay in it.
Text ordering exercise. This will check that you understand the structure and ideas of a persuasive letter.
Cloze exercise. Check your articles and prepositions with this exercise.
Form (low intermediate and up)
Learn how to fill in a standard form in English. Multiple choice vocabulary.