Monday, November 18, 2013

Roomates' troubles

Dear Troubled Roomate,

I completely understand how you feel about your roommates who are very sloppy and noisy. It's not easy for you to find the time you need to study or to relax and you also have to do all the household chores. I had the same problem with you before, (comma) so I'd like to help you with it.

First of all, (comma) you have to discuss with your roommates about that. Maybe they don't understand how you feel and how much work you have to do every day, (comma) so give them a taste of what you have to do. Secondly, if I were you, I would suggest them to dividing/ sharing the week's chores so that everyone could have the time to do whatever they want (he or she wants) and then everyone would be happy.

Also, (comma) there are some special places in which you are able to go and play music as much long and as loud as you want. These studios are designed for bands or for groups,with all the necessary equipment. Therefore, your friends could play any time of the day and you will be able to have the time you need to study for your exams.

I'm sure that if you find the right time and talk to them about your problems calmly and reasonably, they'll be convinced that that's the best solution for everyone (full stop). That could be a (good) step forward for your relationship, because as you said they are a great company, after all. I hope I've helped you and I wish that you won't have to leave home and search for other roommates.

Best Wishes,

1 comment:

  1. That was a great first attempt Chris! I am sure it would get a passing grade on the exam day because of the good paragraph/content organisation and linking words, but if you avoid these mistakes I have underlined, you could get an even higher grade. Well done!