Semi-formal Letter

Semi-formal letters are written to people whom we've known socially or personally for some time or have possibly met a few times but do not have a friendly or close relationship with. We also write semi-formal letters to our parents and relatives. These types of letters use formal expression but include personal greetings and wishes. We generally write semi-formal letters to our landlords, neighbours and relatives.
Title Modified Date
Landlord's workmen tried to fix problem but without success - GT Writing Task 1: Sample 54 26 July 2020
You are applying for a job and need a letter of reference - GT Writing Task 1: Sample 49 26 July 2020
You live in a flat and you have a tenancy agreement - GT Writing Task 1: Sample 48 26 July 2020
You find that your study load is too heavy - GT Writing Task 1: Sample 41 26 July 2020
You borrowed some books from your school or college library - GT Writing Task 1: Sample 11 26 July 2020
You are going to New Zealand for English and Homestay program - GT Writing Task 1: Sample 8 26 July 2020
You are employed full-time and also doing a part-time evening course - GT Writing Task 1: Sample 6 26 July 2020
For the past year you have been a member of a local club - GT Writing Task 1: Sample 5 26 July 2020
You recently took a part-time job working for a local company - GT Writing Task 1: Sample 4 26 July 2020
Your neighbours have written to complain about noise - GT Writing Task 1: Sample 3 26 July 2020
Letter Writing # 244 - Invite your colleague to your son's birthday party 04 September 2020