English Learning Task: Email Writing
You received an email from your English friend, Sasha, who heard that you attended a wedding over the weekend. Sasha wants to know who got married, what you wore, and what was the best part of the day. Write an email to Sasha answering these questions. The email should be 25 words or more. Remember not to include your real name, surname, or email address in your answer.
Revised Sample Answer
Subject: An Unforgettable Wedding Experience!
I'm absolutely delighted to share the enchanting details of the wedding I had the pleasure of attending over the weekend. It was my cousin, Sarah, who embarked on the beautiful journey of matrimony. For this grand occasion, I adorned myself in a refined navy blue suit, accentuated by a matching tie, which impeccably suited the elegance of the event. The pinnacle of the day was undeniably the moment when Sarah and her partner, with a depth of sincerity and palpable affection, exchanged their vows. Their words, imbued with such profound emotion, touched the hearts of many, leading some of us, myself included, to be moved to tears.
Eagerly looking forward to sharing more captivating moments from the wedding when we meet!
This task requires you to write an email in response to Sasha's questions about a wedding you attended. You need to provide information about who got married, what you wore, and the best part of the day.
- Introduction: Start by expressing your delight to share about the wedding.
- Body: Answer Sasha's questions in order. First, mention who got married. Next, describe what you wore. Finally, share the best part of the day.
- Conclusion: End the email by expressing your anticipation to share more about the wedding when you meet Sasha.
Vocabulary and Sentence Accumulation
- Vocabulary: Words and phrases like "embarked on the beautiful journey of matrimony," "adorned," "refined," "accentuated," "impeccably suited," "pinnacle," "palpable affection," "imbued," and "profound emotion" can be used to describe the wedding and your feelings about it.
- Sentence Structure: Use a variety of sentence structures to make your email more engaging. For example, you can use compound sentences ("I adorned myself in a refined navy blue suit, accentuated by a matching tie") and complex sentences ("Their words, imbued with such profound emotion, touched the hearts of many, leading some of us, myself included, to be moved to tears").
- Tone: Since Sasha is a friend, a semi-formal tone is appropriate for this email.
- Answering Questions: Make sure to answer all the questions Sasha asked. Provide enough details to make your email interesting and engaging.
- Word Count: Ensure your email is at least 25 words long. It's better to write a bit more to provide sufficient details and make your email engaging.
- Personal Information: Do not include your real name, surname, or email address in your email.