Тренировочные упражнения перед написанием личного письма (4-5)
Read the sentences and decide which are from introductions and which are from conclusions.
1 Please let me know as soon as possible.
2 I'm writing to invite you to our wedding on 6th May.
3 I'm sure it will be fun, and I hope you'll be able to come.
4 Looking forward to seeing you then.
5 Were organising a fancy-dress party and it would be great if you could come.
6 We'd love it if you could come to our house-warming party on 27th January.
Read the short letter of invitation and correct the mistakes in bold.
Dear Sally, I'm writting to invite you to our cottage near Wynton for the first weekend on June, when Wynton has its annual fair. Its always great fun, and I'm sure you are enjoy it. The fair takes place in the Saturday, with a flower show, a funfair and lots of others things, and there is usualy a big dance at the evening. The next day Barry and I am going to have a barbecue if the weather will be fine. Most of our freinds have been invited, so you'll meet some interesting people. Please let us know if you can make it. Looking forward to seeing you. Lots of love, Beth
По материалам "Reading/ Writing" (Virginia Evans-Jenny Dooley) Express Publishing