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English Language Work 30/04/12
Exercise 2: Formal Letter Opening and Endings
Grade Studio A* Answer
Write the Opening for a Response to the Task: `Write a Letter to the Prime Minister
to Ask Him What He is Doing in Response to Pollution'
M. Brown
54 Hillcrest rd.
Blackpool
FY41QT
02/05/12
The Rt Hon David Cameron MP
10 Downing Street
London
SW1A 2AA
United Kingdom
Dear Mr Cameron
I am writing to you to express my disappointment over the apparent neglect of our world. I
am of course, talking about pollution. Every day over 34 tonnes of dangerous emissions are released
into the atmosphere and slowly, the human race is killing its own world. What I want to know, is what
are you and the British government doing to combat the pollution?
Write the Ending for a Response to the Following Task: `Write a letter to your local
councillor telling them why you think the school fields in our area should be saved,
not sold.'
So, to conclude, I believe that our school fields should definitely be saved. They are an
amazing resource for the children of today, and tomorrow, and a valuable asset for schools in the
future. Stop trying to save money, and instead save our fields!
Yours Faithfully
M. Brown
Write the Ending of a response to the Following Task: `Write a Letter to Your
Newspaper Regarding the plans for the Removal of the By-Law "Under the Dogs
(Fouling of Land) Act 1996, anyone letting a dog in their charge to foul any public
access area is committing an offence and will be issued with a fixed penalty of £50.
If this is not paid, you could face a fine of up to £1,000.". You may be either for or
against the removal of the by-law'
So to round off, I think this is one massive step back in time. This by-law has been in place
since 1996 and you want to eradicate it?! It's a bad decision, and hopefully not one you'll follow
through with. We wouldn't defecate on the streets, so why should we let our pets? I urge and beg
you to reconsider.
Yours Sincerely
M. Brown

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