Writing Letters

Many English learners are familiar with writing essays for school or casual messages with friends. An often overlooked writing style is letters! Depending on the situation or need, a letter’s tone or vocabulary can be very different–formal, thankful, questioning, entreating, urgent, and so on. How can you write a letter to someone effectively to express the appropriate tone and get your point across? Here’s an interesting Android app English Letter Writing that can help you with that. As their page says, “English Letter & Application Writing Offline is completely free and offline English letters writing book with over 2000+ letters & applications for students in multiple categories.”

Recommended for intermediate to advanced learners (Levels 300 to EAP/800 and business students).


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Postcards Going Digital

Students studying abroad are focused on the new culture and schoolwork, but it’s also important to keep in touch with family and friends. Sure, there’s the usual way of emails, phone calls, videos, and messaging. But there’s another interesting way that people might not think of first–postcards. Especially with all the easy digital ways of communication, postcards are often overlooked. However, they have a charm to them–they capture the spirit of travel, exploration, and new experiences. Now, there’s a way to send postcards easily and digitally with the app TouchNote. This is done in 3 simple steps:

  1. Choose a photo
  2. Add a message and address
  3. They print and mail it anywhere in the world

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Especially language learners, try sending a postcard in English. Share new things you learned. It’s a great way to combine English practice and fun!


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