Formal Letter

The formal letter is one of the three letter-types in the GT IELTS Writing Task 1 test. When you are required to write a formal letter, begin it with "Dear Sir or Madam", use formal expressions and end the letter by signing off using "Yours faithfully". Do not exchange personal greetings at the beginning of the letter and do not use contractions (for example, don't, I'd etc.) while writing a formal letter. You usually write a formal letter to a person whom you do not personally know.
Title Modified Date
Letter Writing # 262 - Your neighbour often listens to loud music late at night 16 March 2022
Letter Writing # 263 - You would like to rent a commercial space for a shop 16 March 2022
Letter Writing # 264 - You are doing a diploma course at a college 16 March 2022
Letter Writing # 265 - You want to extend your rental agreement 16 March 2022
Letter Writing # 267 - You are planning to study English at a college 16 March 2022
Letter Writing # 271 - You want to book a hotel for a family holiday 16 March 2022
Recently you received a letter from the bank - GT Writing Task 1: Sample 14 09 May 2022
You borrowed some books from your school or college library - GT Writing Task 1: Sample 11 15 May 2022
You travelled by plane last week and your suitcase was lost - GT Writing Task 1: Sample 13 15 May 2022
Letter Writing # 278 - You and your friends want to start a weekly dance club 28 May 2022
Letter Writing # 279 - Letter to the manager of the movie theatre about the jacket 28 May 2022
Letter Writing # 280 - You have seen an advertisement for property management position 28 May 2022
You are due to start a new job next week - GT Writing Task 1: Sample 26 30 May 2022
You are unhappy about a plan to make your local airport bigger - GT Writing Task 1: Sample 90 30 May 2022
Letter Writing # 224 - Letter to the agency to get information about accommodation 11 June 2022
Letter Writing # 217 - You are not happy about a service you received 12 June 2022
Letter Writing # 209 - You recently enjoyed a meal at a restaurant to celebrate a special occasion 01 July 2022
Letter Writing # 207 - People are having problems with their internet connection 02 July 2022
Letter Writing # 203 - You cannot join the course due to some reasons 02 July 2022
Letter Writing # 202 - Problems with the public transport you use 22 July 2022