You may write either a letter of complaint, a letter to suggest something or a letter trying to get something for free. You must write to a real entity! It could be a letter to the MTA, trying to get a fare break for CUNY students. Or a letter to your favorite talk show host, commenting on something s/he said that you loved or thought was a bad idea. Or a letter to General Mills, complaining about the GMO’s used in corn flakes. Or a letter to Chipotle, complimenting them in order to get a free burrito. These are just sample ideas — you should think of something that made YOU really mad, or a great idea YOU have for a company you use, and have that be the subject of your letter.Professional Custom Writing Services from the Experts!
Use the checklist on page 68 of Chapter 7 (please see attached) and at least two of the list of “Eight Ways to Add Emphasis” from pp78-79 in Chapter 8 (please see attached) to prepare a business letter in which you complain, suggest or angle for a freebie for you or someone else. You must also use at least one example of parallel structure; see below for more on that.
Make sure you use an informative and fun headline, as Davidson suggests. You can write this in the form of a memo without the real address
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