Complete the letter using these pairs of words (only one word is correct). Drag and drop the best alternative.
insane
mad
next to
adjacent to
preparing
getting ready
you're
you are
Looking
I look
cafeteria
cafe
desires to
wants to
friends
acquaintances
Dear Friend
Dear Clare
Love from
Yours sincerely
,
How are you? I wonder if ready and packed? By the way, I just hope you remember about
the present from Uncle Jerry – he'd be really if you forgot to take it. Oh, and one of my has just asked me if you could bring The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien. I hope you
don't mind. Well, my brother, Jim, is also for your stay. We're planning to go on a sightseeing
tour of Dublin. The next day we are going to have a party with all our friends. And as for dinner, my father know whether you prefer beef or pork. Oh, just one more thing! In case you've forgotten
where we meet at the train station, it's Platform 7 the small .

forward to seeing you.

Alice
INCORRECT!

Never begin with 'Dear Friend'. Always use a name.
The correct answer is 'Dear Clare'

INCORRECT!

In informal letter you may use contractions (can't, won't, shouldn't, etc. ) You should avoid (cannot, will not, should not etc.) because it sounds too formal. The correct answer is 'you're'

INCORRECT!

Use colloquial words (cool, place, brainy etc.) instead of (interesting, house, intelligent etc.)
The correct answer is 'mad'.

INCORRECT!

'Acquaintances' is not a suitable word in informal writing.
The correct answer is 'friends'.

INCORRECT!

'Getting ready' is less mormal than 'preparing'.
The correct answer is 'getting ready'.

INCORRECT!

'Desires to' is too formal in this context.
The correct answer is 'wants to'.

INCORRECT!

'Next to' means the same as 'adjacent to'. 'Next to' is more suitable than 'adjacent to'.
The correct answer is 'next to'.

INCORRECT!

In informal letter you can use abbreviations (phone, fridge, exam etc.) The correct answer is 'cafe'.

INCORRECT!

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

INCORRECT!

'Yours sincerely' is not a suitable way to end an informal letter.
This expression is only used in formal writing!
The correct answer is 'Love from'.