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Now look at the extracts from letters written as responses to different situations. Decide which response has the most appropriate register. Select the correct answer for each situation.
You have just started a new job and you need to ask a colleague at work for assistance with a work projectCorrectIncorrect
Inviting your favourite cousin to stay with you.CorrectIncorrect
Making a request to the Head Office for a change in your working hours.CorrectIncorrect
Writing to a landlord you know personally to remind him/her about a problem in your rented house/apartment.CorrectIncorrect
Writing to a newspaper to complain about plans to build a prison near your house.CorrectIncorrect
Turning down an invitation to a friend’s party.CorrectIncorrect
Writing to a neighbour you have met only a few times to respond to their complaint about noise.CorrectIncorrect
Writing to your lecturer/teacher to ask for an extension for an assignment.CorrectIncorrect
Writing to a restaurant manager to complain about the poor service and food during your last visit.CorrectIncorrect
Writing to your local council to introduce the need for better children’s play facilities in your area.CorrectIncorrect