Friday, April 14, 2017

LETTER TO PEN-FRIEND DESCRIBING THE SCHOOL YOU STUDY IN (SHORTENED) [20C]

20C. Write a letter to your pen-friend describing the school you study in (Shortened)

Suggested answer:
Monipura, Raipura,
Narsingdi,
Bangladesh
18 May, 2015
My dear David,

Many thanks to you for sending me a photo and a beautiful description of your school. Now as you requested, I'm writing a few lines bringing out the school I study in.

I read in a beautiful school in the rural area not very far from the district town of Narsingdi. My school is an L-shaped one-storied building in which there are twenty five rooms in total. Among them, twenty rooms are used as classroom and the rest for official purposes. A pacca road passes past our school. So, communication to and from different places is good but students usually come to school on foot. The whole environment is surrounded by trees of different fruits like mango, jack-fruit and coconut. The school is quite free from noise and pollution.

Ours is the one-shift school. In the classroom, boys and girls sit in different rows of benches. Teachers are very cordial to the students. They help us both in in-school and out-of-school problems. We have a vast playground in front of the school. Besides playing the field is used for local gathering also.

In brief, this is our school. Hope you will also share the beautiful sites of your country by the next mails.

With love

Lovingly yours
Galib


**PLEASE DON'T COPY!! WRITE YOUR OWN LETTER YOURSELF BY FOLLOWING THE THREE DIFFERENT EXAMPLES- 20A, 20B AND 20C ABOUT DESCRIBING YOUR SCHOOL

20A. Write a letter to your pen-friend about your school.
20B. Write a letter to your pen-friend describing your school.
20C. Write a letter to your pen-friend describing the school you study in. (Shortened)


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LETTER TO PEN-FRIEND DESCRIBING YOUR SCHOOL [20B]

20B. Write a letter to your pen-friend describing your school

Suggested answer:
20/A, North-west Jatrabari,
Dhaka
Bangladesh
10 January, 2015
My dear Jason,

I am pleased that you replied to my letter in time. Also, I'm happy that you're curious to know about the school I study in. So, today I am gladly describing the same.

Our school is situated at a busy corner of the capital city. Two multi-storied buildings house our classrooms and other offices. There are two shifts in our school- morning shift for the girls and day shift for the boys. There is space in front of the school building with trees and a big garden where we can sit and take rest. But we have no playground. Our students practice football, cricket, hockey and Volley ball in a local staff quarters field. About 3000 boys and 2500 girls study in our school and 90 teachers teach us. Our school is renowned for extra-curricular activities. During the beginning of the session in January, our school arranges annual sports competition in which we have a great fun. In winter, we also enjoy a study tour every year.

Our teachers are very helpful to us. We are not allowed to go outside school during class hour. We usually take tiffing from the school canteen.

In brief, this is our school. Contextually I also feel like knowing about the school you study in. Please write me soon.
With best wishes.

Lovingly yours
Labib


**PLEASE DON'T COPY!! WRITE YOUR OWN LETTER YOURSELF BY FOLLOWING THE THREE DIFFERENT EXAMPLES- 20A, 20B AND 20C ABOUT DESCRIBING YOUR SCHOOL

20A. Write a letter to your pen-friend about your school.
20B. Write a letter to your pen-friend describing your school.
20C. Write a letter to your pen-friend describing the school you study in. (Shortened)


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LETTER TO PEN-FRIEND DESCRIBING YOUR COUNTRY [17A]

17A. Write a letter to your pen-friend describing your country and her people

Suggested answer:
25, North Badda
Dhaka
20 December,2013
My dear Yuki,
I received your letter last week. Many thanks to you for sending me some pictures of the famous places of your country Japan. In the letter, you wanted to know about my country. Now I am describing the same.

Our country is small but it has a large population. It is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Actually, Bangladesh is a riverine country. You will see vast green fields, numerous zigzag rivers through the countryside, big and small hills with beautiful tea garden, rows of trees and deep forests miles after miles. Cox’s Bazar, the largest sea beach in the world, is in our country. The world famous Royal Bengal Tiger lives in our sundarbans. The charming villages by the side of the rivers and our simple life-style and hospitality will certainly impress you. Rabindranath Tagore, Kazi Nazrul Islam and Jasim Uddin are our famous poets. The climate of our country is moderate. Most of the people of our country are Muslims and they live by agriculture. Rice is our main food. The Bangladeshi eat rice in their meals three times a day.


No more today. I will be pleased if you also describe your country in your next letter.

Render my salam to your parents. With good wishes.

Yours ever
Mehedi


**PLEASE DON'T COPY!! WRITE YOUR OWN LETTER YOURSELF BY FOLLOWING THE THREE DIFFERENT EXAMPLES- 17A, 17B AND 17C ABOUT DESCRIBING YOUR COUNTRY

17A. Write a letter to your pen-friend describing your country and her people.
17B. Write a letter to your pen-friend about your country and her people (shortened).
17C. Write a letter to your pen-friend telling him about your country and her people.


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