Letter Writing for Class 7 8 9 10 11 & 12

Letter Writing for Class 7 8 9 10 11 & 12


Introduction :


A letter is one of the important means of keeping in touch with friends and relatives, or doing business. We convey our thoughts or say, what we need to say, through our letters. Since a letter is written to a person who is at a distance we have to take special care while writing it. We have to see that our letter carries properly the thought and information we want to convey. So we should write our letters in simple, plain language. In this way we can avoid confusion or misunderstanding and make our letters pleasant to read. Letter – writing is, in fact, an art and this art is to be cultivated.



1.Private Letters : Written to friends and relatives


2 .Official Letters : Written to persons holding official positions, to the Headmaster or the Headmistress of a school etc.


3 .Business Letters : Written to the head of a business organization, to a trader or a manufacturer etc.


4 .Letters to the Editors of Newspapers : Written to the Editors of different newspapers on matters of public interest.



1 .The Heading : The writer’s address and date of writing the letter.

2 .The Salutation : The words by which the addressee is addressed.

3. The Body : The subject-matter of the letter.

4. The Subscription : The courteous leave-taking of the writer.

5. The Superscription : -The name and address of the person to whom the letter is written.





1 .Inside Address :


The Headmaster,

Kalighat Oriental Academy Kalighat, Kolkata 700 026

Salutation :


Body of the Letter :

I beg most respectfully to state that I could not come to school from Tuesday 12th Feb. to Friday 15th Feb. last. I had been confined to bed with malaria for the last four days. When I came to school today my temperature was normal. But now I feel extremely unwell. I have got a very bad headache. I am quite unable to pay attention to my lessons.

I, therefore, request you to allow me to go home after the fourth period and oblige.

Superscription , Address and Date :

Dated                                                                                                              Yours obediently,

                                     Kolkata                                                                                                           Joydeep Paul

The 16th February, 2009                                                                          Class-VIII B, Roll no-2






Heading : 

R.K. Mission Vidyapith

P.O. Deoghar

S. Parganas Jharkhand

25th February, 2009

Salutation :

My dear Mother,

The Body of the Letter :

I have received your loving letter. I can well understand your anxiety for me. Don’t worry about me. I am well here.

Our hostel superintendent is a very good man. He is, no doubt, very stern and strict. But at the same time he is like an affectionate father – very loving and caring. I have also got some good friends here. They are very helpful. The food which is served to us is moderately good. There are also good arrangements for games and sports in this hostel. My days are passing here nicely. But at times your smiling face flashes before my mind’s eye. I then badly miss you. I desperately try to make myself happy. I know, my happiness is your happiness.

I am in good health. Please write to me frequently. I want to be always in touch with you all. With sincere regards to you and father.

Subscription : 

Your loving son,


Superscription :

Smt. Renuka Roy Chowdhury

C/o Dr. Surya Kanta Roy Chowdhury

P.O. & Village – Senkati

Via- Kanthall Beria

Dist- Malda,

West Bengal. [STAMP]

Note :

(i) In personal letters the writer’s address and date etc. are written at the top right-hand corner of the page.

(ii) In official letters the writer’s address, date are generally written at the left-hand side of the subscription or courteous leave taking .

(iii) Subscription (Yours sincerely, Yours faithfully, etc.) is written at the bottom on the right-hand corner of the page.

(iv) The name and address of the person in a personal letter are written on the envelope. On the page of the letter these are written at the bottom on the left-hand side.

(v) The salutation (My dear Father, My dear Mother, etc.) is written just below the heading, on the left-hand side of the page.



1. Write a letter to a friend inviting him to join a picnic.

23, Satin Sen Nagar

Kolkata 700056

November 2, 2012.

Dear Deep,

Winter is round the corner. There is a mild chill in the air. It is best time for outdoor adventures. What will you say about a picnic on Sunday next? You must be free on that day. Sujon, Bimal, Hiren – all are delighted at the proposal. We like that you also join us and enjoy the picnic. We shall cook food ourselves, play games and have the pleasure of boating. We shall also enjoy the entire afternoon sightseeing. It’s going to be a great fun. I’m sure, you’ll not disappoint us.

As for the picnic spot we’ve thought of Panihati Picnic Garden. It’s a charming place beside the Ganga. Have you any other option? We shall start at seven in the morning from my place. Please don’t fail to come in time.

Deep Das Sharma                                                                                                                       Yours ever,


C/o Sri S.K Das Sharma


Subhas Palli, Belghoria




2. Write a letter to a friend narrating your sweet experience of visiting a seaside town.



Dist. Nadia

November 17, 2012.

Dear Mousumi,

I got your letter on my return from Puri. Last week I went there with my parents. Here I like to share my sweet experience with you.

On the very first day of our visit we went to the temple of Lord Jagannath. I gazed at the massive stone structure in awe and wonder. We offered our oblations to the lord and sought His blessing. The vast, endless sea is a great attraction of this holly place. Every day we bathed in the roaring and foaming sea for hours. It was a thrilling experience. We enjoyed the evenings lazing on the beach in strong winds. It was really refreshing. One day we visited the Sun Temple at Konarak. It is an excellent example of Indian classical art. I saw it in silent wonder.

For five days I was in a world of excitement and joy. I wish you were with me.

Mousumi Karmakar                                                                                                        Yours ever,

C/o Sri G.C. Karmakar 116,                                                                                            Mallika

Station Road Khardaha,

Kolkata – 700118[ STAMP]


3 Write a letter to your younger brother advising him to read the lives of great men.


Dear Sujoy,

Goswami Para


Howrah, April, 19, 2012.

I have received your letter. I’m happy that you like to read some good books. I would suggest you to read a few books on the lives of great men. You will derive both pleasure and profit from these books.

The lives of great men are full of exciting incidents. Napoleon was an ordinary boy. It is interesting to know how he became the emperor of France. Abraham Lincoln’s life is equally exciting. The lives of Rammohon and Vidyasagar teach us how to overcome problems and difficulties that envelop life. Great men possess some extraordinary qualities that must be highly inspiring to all of us. Great men are, indeed, our philosophers and guides. Their lives enrich our thoughts and widen our vision.

You’ll find these books in your school library. Read some of them and feel their good effects With best of love and affection.

Yours truly, Chhorda

Sujoy Sanyal

B.M. Birla School Hospital

5A, Hiralal Das Road,

Kolkata-700019 [STAMP]


4. Write a letter to a friend in Delhi inviting him to visit Kolkata during winter .

15 Lake View Road

Kolkata – 700 026

October 10, 2012.


My dear Subir,

I’m happy that you have a long vacation in winter. I heartily request you to be with us in Kolkata for a few days.

Kolkata is always a city of joy. But in winter it is in a festive mood. In a pleasant weather people enjoy fairs and festivals. Charming flowers seem to smile under the bright blue sky.

I am sure, you will enjoy a nice time here. We shall visit the places of interest around the city. The Zoo, the Museum, the Science city and the Nicco Park will certainly charm you. We may also have a picnic. You will like to meet my friends here. One day we shall go to visit the Kolkata Book Fair. It will be an excellent recreation to you. Please tell your parents about my request. I’m sure, they will gladly approve my invitation to you.

Yours ever,


Will you dishearten me? Please write about your decision.

Subir Kanjilal

C/O Mr. Sukhomoy Kanjilal

204/6 Green Park New Delhi [STAMP]


5. Write a letter to your younger brother on the value of discipline in the v life.

Students’ Hostel

P.O. Khatura Gobardanga, 24 Pgs (N) 31.1.2013.

My dear Suresh,

I have received your letter. It gives me great joy to know that you want to be a pilot. I am sure, one day your dream will come true. But you are to be disciplined at first to reach your goal. I know, you do not lead a well-disciplined life. You are not regular in your habits. An indisciplined person cannot shine in life. Don’t think, I am discouraging you. I only intend to make you fit for what you want to be in future. Discipline is the key to success. A student who is disciplined, who is regular at studies is sure to prosper in life. So I would ask you to observe discipline in all of your activities. Discipline means learning a code of conduct. To be disciplined is to be self-controlled and regular in habits. How will you fulfil your aim if you lie on bed till late hours in the morning? A man who wants to rise in life must rise early. If the sun rises late even for a day what will happen to us? Can you imagine? So arise my brother. Lead a disciplined life and see the difference.

Yours affectionately, Chhorda

Suresh Sanyal C/O Mr. Surjya Sanyal 49/2 A.P.C Road Kolkata 700 009 STAMP


Write a letter to your cousin advising him to use a good English dictionary. You may recommend one.

My Dear Pronoy,

Canal East Road, Kolkata-700012 June, 12, 2012.

Your Letter has reached me. I’m happy, you are trying to improve your English. English is a foreign language and is very difficult to learn. But there is a remedy for every problem. We can’t read or write English well mainly because we’ve a very limited vocabulary. To improve your English you must first try to increase your vocabulary. I would ask you to use a good English dictionary. Make it a habit. A dictionary gives you the meaning, spelling and pronounciation of every word. It shows the correct use of words and the prepositions that go with them. It illustrates words. The example sentences are really very useful.

You can’t learn English without learning how to learn. A good dictionary is essential for every question of English usage and grammar. Collect the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary. It’ll be your best companion on your way of learning English.

Pronoy Roy

C/o Dr. S.K. Roy 15, Clive Road


Serampore, Hooghly

Yours ever, Subir


7. Write a letter to your friend telling him why you need a computer set at home.

1005 Nandan Park, Kolkata – 700 034 July, 12, 2012.

Dear Deep,

I shall be fourteen on 15 July next. I shall get a computter set on that day. I’ve chosen it as my birthday gift. Is it not a good choice, Deep?

At present we’re living in an age of computer. Today computer literacy is necessary in every profession. We need to learn the uses of computer and its application. And, the sooner the better. Don’t you feel, the computer is an excellent home – tutor? It is really a store – house

of knowledge and information. It supplies in a moment whatever information you need to know. The computer will help greatly to learn my subjects. My important notes will remain stored in it. You may also use it simply for entertainment or recreation. It’s a potential entertainer. We can play games, listen to music or watch a film. But at present I need a computer set for a very personal reason. It’ll enable me to talk to my cousin in far – off America. No more today. With love and best wishes,

Deepa Dutta

C/o Sri Debasis Dutta


Yours ever, Proloy.

105, College Street

Kolkata 700 073.


8. Write a letter to your younger brother, advising him to read a newspaper  daily.

Dear Rana,

Rana Roy



P.O. Kankinara


C/o Radhakanta Roy

North 24 Parganas.

19, Ramananda Lane Kolkata – 700 006 March 20, 2012.

I have just got your pleasing letter. I’m happy, you are getting on well with your studies. But don’t become a bookworm. Read something beyond your books. Do you read the daily newspaper? No, I don’t see it in the routine that you follow. To be a man of the modern world you must read a newspaper daily. Make it a matter of routine.

The newspaper tells us what happened in the world yesterday. It forecasts what may happen tomorrow. It gives news and views; it publishes articles, stories and interviews. It gives us something of everything. Read it regularly. You will know more of your country and the present-day world. Today you’ll be a better student ; tomorrow you’ll be a better citizen.

Yours affectionately,

Manas Biswas


9. Write a letter to a friend telling him about your favourite hobby.

Badu Road Madhyamgram North 24 Parganas. 2.2.2012.

My dear Souvik,

Thank you very much for the rare stamps you have sent. I do have a collection of stamps

like you. But truly speaking, I have a passion for gardening. Why? Let me tell you. Gardening gives me the joy of creation. I nurse my plants as a mother nurses her child. I water them, clear the weeds, spread insecticide and mix manure with the soil. When my plants bear flowers my joy knows no bound. As I see my trees bearing fruits I feel a rare satisfaction in me. Whenever I find time I go to my garden. I do, whatever I can, to take care of my plants. In fact, I am in deep love with them. They are living beings, I tell you. They respond to my love and care. The flowers seem to smile at me. The fruits seem to say, “Are you happy?” I feel, I have learnt to smile a greeting from my plants. My garden, believe me, is my world of beauty and joy.

My friend, will you not appreciate my hobby?

Yours Sincerely, Abhisekh

Souvik Das C/O Mr. Saibal Das Pallyshree P.O. Shyamnagar, North 24 Parganas. STAMP |


10. Write a letter to your friend giving him an account of the prize-giving ceremony of your school.

Indraloke Sodepur, 24 Pgs. (N) 30.1.2013.

My dear Shome,

I am writing, as I promised you, about the prize-giving ceremoney of our school. It was held yesterday at our Vivekananda Hall.

This year Dr. Karunasindhu Das, Vice-Chancellor of Rabindra Bharati University was our Chief-guest. In an air of solemnity the programme began with a Vedic song. The Secretary of the school then read out the annual report of the school. After this a short cultural programme pleased the audience. In his brief but valuable speech, our guest told us about the purpose of education. He then gave away prizes to the students for their brilliant performances in examinations and extra-curricular activities. I got a prize for my top place in the Sit and Draw competition. After our Headmaster’s vote of thanks to the Chair the students staged the drama ‘Gurudakshina’. I was highly moved by the play. Why was Guru Drone so cruel to Ekalabya? Have you any answer?

Your loving friend, Akashdeep

Shome Shubhra Ghosh C/O Mr. Sukumar Ghosh 49 Fern Road Kolkata – 700 019 ;


11. Write a letter to a friend who wants you to come to his / her village in the summer vacation.

My dear Sudipa,

27, Lake Vew Road Kolkata – 700 029 June 10, 2012.

Many Thanks for your kind and warm letter. You have asked me to visit your village home in the coming vacation. I am so happy. I wish I could accept your invitation. It could be a relief from the repulsive heat of the city. Only once, in my early child-hood, I spent a few days at a village in Hooghly. I still cud its sweet memory. Here’s an opportunity to live with nature again. But I’m helpless. All time is not good time. Mother is ill, rather seriously. She is down with jaundice. Who will look after her in my absence ? Only a daughter has the feelings of a daughter. I’m sorry, I can’t respond to your call this time.

Please don’t mind. I must be at your place, in the coming Puja days. with love,

Yuurs ever,

Sudipa Sengupta C/o Sukumar Sengupta Bidhanpalli PO-Simurali, Nadia Pampa. STAMP


Write a letter to your friend telling him how you enjoyed your last summer vacation.

102, Ananda Palit Road Kolkata – 700 017 July 2, 2012.


Dear Soumen,

I am not so happy today. The school will reopon tomorrow after a short summer vacation. The days slipped by so speedily! I couldn’t do all the works that I decided to do in the vacation. Really, happy days pass very fast.

Our school closed for the vacation on 13th of the last month. The next morning we started for Darjeeling. For full five days we remained soaked in the natural beauty of the Queen of Hills. The cooler weather in scorching summer was really refreshing. Returning home I thought to spend time on studying some subjects. I removed dust that gathered on my books. And then my cousin from Asansol came to stay here. I didn’t find time to study. I wonder if I wanted to find time at all.

Drop a card to say how you’re doing.

Yours ever,

Souman Samanta C/o Sri Sukumar Samanta Purbayan, Nabagram Hooghly. STAMP Sukomal.


13. Write a letter to your cousin, congratulating him on his brilliant success in an examination.

My dear Subhoda,

Ramrajatala, Howrah March 10, 2012.

It delights me to hear of your brilliant success in the Madhyamik Examination. My hearty congratulations to you. An average of 90% marks is a great achievement. You deserve this success. You are so meritorious and so laborious! We are proud of you. May similar success attend you in future! Success brings success.

Where are you thinking of getting yourself admitted for your future studies? Narendrapur Ramkrishna Mission is the best institution for you, I suppose. Here you will get all cares and facilities that one needs to grow well. Sanjuda reads there. The institution has a tradition of its own. When are you coming here? We shall celebrate your success in our humble way.

With best love and wishes,


Yours lovingly, Sukamal.

Subhodeep Dey C/o Sri Saibal Dey 20, Amherst Street Kolkata-700 009


14. Write a letter to one of your friends telling him about your visit to the Kolkata Book Fair.


Rahara, North 24 Parganas. 2.2.2012.

Dear Sushovan,

I’m in great joy today. Father took me to the Kolkata Book Fair. I really enjoyed this visit. I must tell you how I felt.

First the magnificent gateway surprised me. I entered the fair-ground. There was a sea of men. Thousands of people crowded hundreds of bookstalls. The decorated stalls, bright lights and merry men created a festive air. I was a little confused. I could not decide which stalls I should visit. This was my first visit to such a big book fair. I have never seen so many book shops at one place. I was almost in a trance. At last I began to run from one stall to another. I bought some rare books. What a great delight it was to get the autographs of some great writers! For three hours I was in a world of joy. A lover of books like you will surely feel this. Next year you must accompany us to this grand book fair. Agreed? Please write to me on what I have said in your next letter. Yours sincerely,


Sushovan Basak C/O Mr. Suniti Basak 123, Hill Court Road New Jalpaiguri STAMP


15. Write a letter to the Chairman of your municipality drawing his attention to the bad condition of an important road of your locality.


The Chairman,

Titagar Municipality,

Titagar, North 24 Parganas.


I am an inhabitant of Patulia, ward No 22 of your municipality. The road going to

Barrackpur station from Patulia Bazar is in a wretched condition. The surface of the road is badly broken. It is full of pit and pot-holes. At nights in the dim light of street lamps these turn into death-traps. After a shower, the pot-holes becomes puddles of muddy water. The road becomes almost impassable both for vehicles and pedestrians. I am afraid, accident may happen at any time.

The road requires immediate repair. I hope, you will take immediate action to repair this important road and save us from danger.

Dated, 30.5.2012.

Yours faithfully, Prafulla Karmakar

Patulia, Titagar

North 24 Parganas.


16. Write a letter to the Chairman of your municipality drawing his attention to the insanitary condition of your locality.


The Chairman, Gobardanga Municipality, Gobardanga, North 24 Parganas.


I beg to draw your kind attention to the insanitary condition of our locality. We belong to Ward No. 15 of your jurisdiction. Municipal sweepers hardly make their presence in the locality. As a result, heaps of garbage have been lying accumulated on the main road. Mosquitoes and flies have largely multiplied. The whole area is stinking. An offensive smell from the garbage and untreated sewage is making us sick. The situation is posing a threat to public health. I am afraid, there may be an outbreak of epidemic disease in the locality any time.

I would, therefore, request you to take immedite steps so that there is no threat to public health. Thanking You,

Dated, 12. 3. 2012. Sarkar Para, Gobardanga North 24 Parganas.

Yours faithfully Bijoy Naskar


17. Mosquitoes and flies are causing malaria and other diseases in your area. Write a letter to the Chairman of the municipality to take measures that would help in controlling mosquitoes and flies.

The Chairman, Habra Municipality, Habra, North 24 Parganas.


Sub: Requesting measures to control mosquitoes.

I am an inhabitant of Kamarthuba under your municipality. The area is badly infested with mosquitoes and flies. The weedy pools, open drains and stagnant water in ditches have become breeding places of mosquitoes. Heaps of garbage are lying on both sides of the roads. Flies multiply rapidly. As a result, people of the area are suffering from malaria and other diseases. If this situation is allowed to continue, I am afraid, an epidemic may break out in the area any time.

Please make arrangements for the drainage of stagnant water and removal of garbage. Please also see that D.D.T, bleaching powder etc. are sprayed regularly in and around the area. I would request you to take these and other steps to make people feel safe and secured.

Yours faithfully, Amitava Banerjee


18. Write a letter to the Chairman of your Municipality requesting him to sink a few tube-wells in your locality.


The Chairman,

Tamluk Municipality, Tamluk, East Midnapore

Sub: Prayer for sinking a few tube-wells.


I beg to draw your kind attention to the acute scarcity of drinking water at Morol Para. It is a thickly populated area. The insufficient and irregular supply of tap water cannot meet the demand of so many people. There are only a few tube-wells in this area. Most of the people are poor. They are unable to sink tube wells on their own arrangements. The situation gets worse in summer when the supply of tap water is very irregular. People are compelled to use pond-water and suffer from water-borne diseases.

Summer is approaching. The condition may be worse this year as two tube-wells are not working. Under these circumstances I appeal to you to sink here a few more tube-wells. This can save us from this acute problem of insufficient drinking water. Hope you will sympathetically consider the case and take immediate action.

Yours faithfully, Subir Kar.

Dated Morol Para The 25th March, 2012.


19. Write a letter to the Chairman of your municipality requesting him to set up a park in your locality.

The Chairman, Panihati Municipality Panihati, North 24 Parganas. Sir,

I am a resident of Anandalok in Word No. 15 of your municipality. In our locality we have some skyscrapers but not a single park. Children find no place to play and elderly people no place to walk in the morning. An unowned vacant land in the locality has become a big dustbin. A foul smell from the rotten garbage is polluting the whole area. This vacant land may be turned into a green grassy park. It will become the lung of our locality. Here people will find fresh air and get repose.

I would, therefore, request you to acquire the land and set up a verdant park. The park will not only meet our purpose but also please our eyes. It will also help us to fight pollution.


Anandalok, 15 July, 2012.

Yours faithfully, Simantini Sen.


20. Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper about the dangers of reckless driving of the bus or truck driver.


The Editor,

The Statesman,

Kolkata – 700 001.

Your report on road accidents (Statesman, December 2) has shocked me. The report



says, most of these accidents were caused by reckless driving of the bus or the truck driver. Do the drivers ever think about the harm they cause to people? These careless drivers run their vehicles at breakneck speed even in busy roads. They don’t hesitate to violate traffic rules and overtake other vehicles. I don’t know, what joy they get from this deadly sport.

The Government should take stern steps against the erring drivers. If a man murders another man, he is treated as a criminal. I see no difference between a murderer and a driver who plays with the lives of innocent passengers and pedestrains.

Salkia, Howrah, 22.1.2013.

Yours faithfully,

Manish Pradhan


21. Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper voicing your protest against smoking in public places.


The Editor,

The Telegraph, Kolkata-700 001.


Please allow

me to ventilate my views against smoking in public places. The Government has banned smoking in public places. But it seems, most of the smokers are unaware of it or they don’t care. In fact, only a few of them care to obey this prohibition. Some people are seen smoking in gardens, parks, bus- stops, canteeens and restaurants. They know it well that smoking is harmful to them and others around them. Yet they go on smoking. These smokers should remember that their harmful habit is affecting public health.

It is not enough to pass laws. The authorities must see that the laws are duly obeyed. Those who are violating the ban on smoking in public places should be punished. Smoking in public places must be stopped by all means to protect public health.

113, Bidhan Palli, Kalyani, Nadia 15.1.2013.

Yours faithfully, Sukhomoy Manna


22. Write a letter to the Editor of an English daily about the hazards of using polythene bags.


The Editor,

The Statesman,

Kolkata – 700 001.


I would request you to publish this letter in your esteemed daily. Pollution is one of our great problems. We are trying to fight it. We know, polythene bags are causing harm to our environment. The Pollution Control Board has already imposed a ban on polythene bags. Yet these are widely used. Paper and jute bags are rarely seen. People are using poly bags forgetting the hazards these are creating. We know, polythene cannot be destroyed. Only fire can burn it. But the smoke is very harmful to our health. The thrown away polythene pouches clog the drains. If buried, they prevent the growth of plants. They are user-friendly but not at all eco-friendly.

The authorities should organize awareness campaigns. People will willingly obey the ban.

65/2. A.P.C Road Kolkata – 700 004 20 June, 2012.

Yours faithfully,

Mahit Majumder


23. Write a letter to your headmaster praying for early leave on account of to your headm sudden illness.


The Headmaster,

Deshbandhu High School

Panshila, Sodepur, North 24 Parganas

Sub: Prayer for early leave


I beg to draw your kind attention to the following. I was quite well when I came to school this morning. But from the second period I began to fill sick. It seems, I’m running a temperature. I have also got a very bad headache. I feell so unwell that I am unable to sit in the class any longer. I, therefore, pray that you will kindly allow me to go home after the third period.

I remain,


Your most obedient pupil, Rajat kanti Roy

Class – VIII A, Roll No. 12.

Panshlia, Sodepur

15th of April, 2012.


24. Write an application to your Headmistress, praying for taking class in the morning.

To The Headmistress, Banipith Girls’ High School. Krishnanagar, Nadia


Sub. : Prayer for morning school

We, the students of your school, beg to state that it has become difficult for us to attend class in the unbearable heat of the noon. For the last few days there is a heat wave in the town. In the oppressive heat we cannot pay attention to our leasons. We sweat and suffocate. Regular powercuts add to our miseries. The day before yesterday a student fell sick in the class. She is bedridden even today.

Under the circumstances, we request you to see that our classes are held in the morning from tomorrow.

Yours obediently, The students of Bharati Girls’ High School, Krishnanagar.

Dated, Krishnanagar, The 7th of May, 2012.


25. Write a letter to the headmistress of your school requesting her change the blackbord of your class room.


The Headmistress,

Sukumari Girls’ High School,

P. O. Habra, North 24 Parganas.

Subject: Change of blackboard.


I, on behalf of the students of VIII B, beg to draw your kind attention to the bad condition

of the blackboard of our classroom. The black coating of the board is almost lost. Cracks and waves have developed on its surface. The chalk either slips or breaks when one tries to write on it. To work out a sum on the rough surface is a test of tolerance. Letters, lines and digits become so indistinct that the sum is not clearly understood. The blackboard causes much inconvenience to us. It needs immediate replacement.

1, therefore, humbly request you to see that the damaged blackboard of our class is replaced by a new one. A prompt action is highly solicited.


Yours obediently, Swapna Sarkar Monitor Class (VIII), Section – B

Prafullanagar, Habra June 25, 2012.


26. Write a letter to the Head of your institution requesting him/her to make some reference books available in the school library.

The Headmistress, Mahakali High School for Girls, Belghoria, Kolkata, 700 056.


I beg to bring to your kind notice that some important books are not available in the library of our school. In fact, it has a poor collection of reference books on different subjects. The books which are available are either old or do not relate to the new course. They are of no use now. I approached the librarian madam to solve the problem. She advised me to pray to you in this regard.

I, therefore, request you to issue an order for purchasing a few reference books. This will not only be of great help to the students, but also enrich the library. A list of the required books is already submitted to the librarian. Hope, you will kindly consider the case and oblige.


Belghoria, Kolkata – 700 056 The 3rd March, 2012.

Yours obediently, Moumita Karmakar Class – VIII, Section -A Roll no-5.




27. Write an application to the Headmistress of your school with a prayer for issuing a transfer certificate.

The Headmistress, Ashalata Girls’ High School, 25, Abinash Dutta Lane, Kolkata – 700 062 Sub: Prayer for transfer certificate.


I have the honour to state that my father, a bank employee, has recently been transferred from Kolkata to Murshidabad. Our family will be shifted to that place very shortly. Therefore it will not be possible for me to continue my studies in your esteemed institution from the next session. I have cleared up all my dues and returned the books to the library. would humbly request you to issue a transfer certificate to me at your earliest. This will

I be required to get myself admitted into a new school there. But the sweet memories of this school will always remain fresh in my mind. I remain,


Class VIII, Section – B, Roll no. 12


Dated, Kolkata,

28. Write an application to the Headmaster of your school praying to grant you leave of absence owing to illness.


The Headmaster,

Ideal Academy,

You most obedient pupil, Shamashree Das

Bandipur, Rahara, North 24 Parganas.


Sub: Leave of absence owing to illness

With due respect and humble submission I beg to state that I could not attend school from Wednesday, the 7th January to Saturday, the 9th January, 2009. I was confined to bed these three days with a sudden attack of influenza.


I, therefore, request you to grant me leave of absence for those three days only. A medical certificate is attached with this application for your kind consideration.

I remain, Sir,


Your most obedient pupil, Sourav Sanyal

Class-VIII B, Roll no. 22.

Bondipur, Rahara,

11th day of January, 2013. Enclo: Medical Certificate.


29. Write an application to the Headmaster of your school for granting leave of absence on some particular occasion.

To The Headmaster, Chinsurah Deshbandhu High School, Chinsurah, Hooghly

Sub: Prayer for leave of absence

I beg most respectfully to state that the marriage ceremony of my elder sister comes off the day after tomorrow. It will be held at our ancestral home in Nabadwip. As I am going to join this happy occasion, it will not be possible for me to attend school for four days from tomorrow, the 24th February, 2009.

I, therefore, respectfully pray to you to grant me leave of absence for those days only. My father will personally meet you for confirming my prayer.

I remain,

Your most obedient pupil, Subhasis Biswas Class-VIIIA, Roll no 2.

Dated Deshbandhu Colony Chinsurah The 23rd February, 2013.




30. Read the following advertisement published in The Statesman on 20. 01.



An experienced teacher coaches

The students of Classes VI – XII – English

every day from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. at his residence, Belghoria.

Write to Box No. G. 316, The Statesman, Kolkata.

Now write a letter in response to the above advertisement.


The Advertiser,

Box No. G 316

The Statesman

Kolkata – 700 001


In response to your advertisement in The Statesman today, I am writing this letter to you. I am a student of class VIII and live at Chanditala, Sodepur. I am in need of receiving tuition in English. Will it not be possible for you to coach me in the evening? Please let me know the exact location of your residence. My father will call on you to finalize the details.

Dated, January 10,2013.

R.N. Tagore Road,

Chanditala, Sodepur Kolkata 700 117 –

Yours obediently, Kunal S


32. Study the advertisement below :

Learn quickly – Good English / French/ Russian/ German through correspondance. Write to the Institute of Foreign Languages, 25 C.R. Park, New Delhi – 19.



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