GT Writing Task 1: Sample 68 - You have a full-time job and doing a part-time evening course

IELTS Letter Writing / GT Writing Task 1:

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

You have a full-time job and you are also doing a part-time evening course. You now find that you cannot continue the course.

Write a letter to your tutor. In your letter

  • describe the situation
  • explain why you cannot continue at this time
  • say what action you would like to take

You should write at least 150 words.

You do NOT need to write any addresses.

Begin your letter as follows:

Dear ............, 


Sample Answer:

Dear Mr Kaine,

I am a student of Microsoft Office Training (MST20) course in your institution. I am writing this letter to let you know that I would not be able to attend classes from 20th June onwards. I am hoping that you would allow me to continue the course with the next intake from October 2018.

I work with a telecom company as an assistant researcher and due to some recently assigned projects, my office demands more of my time. Besides, I have some strict deadlines ahead and to meet them, I will need to work a few extra hours each day. Also, I will travel to Australia at the beginning of July for some official tasks. All these new responsibilities in office force me to pause my course for the time being. However, I am willing to complete my course as it would be highly beneficial for my career.

Therefore I humbly request you to allow me to attend the next available batch. This would be helpful for me to manage my office work on the one hand and continue my course on the other hand.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Yours sincerely,

Namrata Jain

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+2 # Pranama Salinda 2016-10-23 06:59
Letter Question:
You have a full-time job and are also doing a part-time evening course. You now find that you cannot continue the course.

Write a letter to the course tutor. In your letter,
• Describe the situation.
• Explain why you cannot continue at this time.
• Say what action you would like to take.

Answer:
Dear Mr Wimal,
I am writing this letter to inform you my issues in attending the evening English lectures.

My name is Pranama Salinda and I am following ‘English for Professionals’ English language programme (Student No. EV/165/31), since 22.10.2015. Also, I am working as an engineering assistant in a reputed private consultancy firm and recently my employer has signed my transfer in a construction site in Kurunagala.

As you can understand, I will no longer be able to manage my time to visit for evening language programme as my work site is far away from your institution. Also travelling that much each day is going to be quite impossible for me.

Therefore, hereby I would like to inform you my reasons for being absent in the evening lectures in the last few days. Nevertheless, I would like to know whether I will be able to join the weekend classes as that would allow me to continue my course. Otherwise, I would like to join the next batch in a temporary shifting. I will be waiting for your favourable response. Please do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours sincerely,

Pranama.
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