Complete the letter using these pairs of words (only one word is correct). Drag and drop the best alternative.
energetic
lively
you accept
are accepted
I look
I am looking
advertisement
advert
begin
commence
Yours faithfully
Yours sincerely
in order to
to
Finally
In the end
I'm
I am
need
require
Dear Sir,
writing to inquire about your in the November issue of Cat Lovers magazine. I am interested in cat obedience classes but I would be grateful if you could send me further details.
Firstly, I would like to know what breeds of cats for the classes and whether the cat must be a certain age take part. I have a seven-month-old female British Shorthair which I am anxious to train. She is very and especially has to learn how to interact with people. , I also information on the cost of the course, when it will and how long it is likely to last.

forward to hearing from you.
,
G. P. Blackmore
G. P. BLACKMORE (Ms)
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You should avoid contractions (won't, shouldn't, can't etc.) Use full words (will not, should not, cannot etc.)
The correct answer is 'I am'

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We do not use abbreviations in formal letters (phone, fridge, exam etc.) You should use (telephone, refrigerator, examination etc.) instead. The correct answer is 'advertisement'

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We prefer passive voice in formal letters.
The correct answer is 'are accepted'.

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'To' and 'in order to' are used to show the purpose or effect of an action. 'In order to' is more formal than to.
The correct answer is 'in order to'.

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Avoid using colloquial words (cool, place, brainy etc.) You should use (interesting, house, intelligent etc.)
The correct answer is 'energetic'.

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'Finally' is more formal than 'in the end'
The correct answer is 'Finally'.

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'Require' is more formal than 'need'
The correct answer is 'require'.

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Avoid using colloquial words (cool, place, brainy etc.) You should use (interesting, house, intelligent etc.)
The correct answer is 'commence'.

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'Look forward to' is more formal than 'looking forward to'
The correct answer is 'I look'.

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If you begin 'Dear Sir' or 'Dear Madam', end with 'Yours faithfully'.
If you begin with a name, end with 'Yours sincerely'.
The correct answer is 'Yours faithfully'.