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    You are planning a two-week vacation

    Please comment on my IELTS essay:

    You are planning a two-week vacation, and you need someone to take care of your house while you are away.

    Write a letter to your neighbour. In your letter
    [*] tell your neighbour that you are going away
    [*] ask your neighbour to take care of your house for you
    [*] explain what tasks you would like your neighbour to do


    Hi Joe,

    I am currently in the need of your help. I am about to go for 2 weeks holiday, so I will not be at home at that time. Can you take care of my house during that period? I do not expect something bad would happen, but who knows how the future is.

    If you see sign of housebreaking, please report it to police and inform me about that. I am a bit worried because one of our neighbour was robbed at his own home few months ago. Oh, aside from that, if there is registered mail coming, please collect the mail for me. I am expecting few registered mails are going to come in the next few weeks, although I am unsure about the exact date. The last one, please feed my dog every morning. I will give the dog food to you later.

    Thank you very much for your help.

    Sincerely Yours,

    Last edited by emsr2d2; 21-Apr-2014 at 16:38. Reason: Moved thread and changed title

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