10th class english letter writing ssc

(Section IV : Writing Skills)
Q. 5 (A) Attempt any one of the following letters with the help of given news headline: (5)

BAD CONDITION OF ROADS DURING RAINS LEADS TO MISHAPS

A1. Letter

A2. Letter
Write to your friend about the condition of roads and the
care to be taken.
OR
Write a letter to the newspaper editor highlighting the  condition of the roads in your area and  suggest suitable measures.

Answer for A1.
7G, Rainbow colony,
M.G. Road,
Dharavi Cross Road,
Dharavi,
Mumbai – 400017.
5th March, 2016

Dear Sonia,

           I hope this letter finds you well. I write this letter to you to discuss a problem that you and I have often suffering about. Remember our bumpy rides to school in the school bus? Well the stretch between SV Road at Milan Junction and the Link Road, passing through Daulat and Rizvi Nagar, is still a nightmare for commuters. I recently read in the papers that this infamous stretch has 179 potholes! To top it up, the rains have turned many of them into small pools of dirty water, the biggest among them measuring 3 X 3 metres with a depth of 10 inches! Naturally, the motorists struggle everyday to commute on this road.


               The authorities may take years to act upon this problem. So it is up to us to take the necessary precautions to avoid any fatalities. We need to instruct our bus driver to steer clear of the big potholes. Driving slowly will minimise the inconvenience caused to the passengers. The water-filled potholes have to be avoided since it is difficult to gauge their depth. We can also opt for an alternate route even if it takes longer to get to school. I have decided to distribute these printed instructions to other motorists who use this road. I truly believe that the frequency of accidents can be brought down considerably if everyone adheres to these instructions. Write back to me with your views on this subject.

Yours truly,
Anitha

Answer for A2.
7G, Rainbow colony,
M.G. Road,
Dharavi Cross Road,
Dharavi,
Mumbai – 400017.
5th March, 2016

The Editor,
The Times News Paper,
Fort,
Mumbai – 400001

Subject: The bad conditions of roads

Dear Sir,

I, Amin Buhari, am a student of St. Aloysius High School. I have written to you to highlight the plight of the commuters who happen to use the infamous CS Road every day. Travelling by this road has become increasingly difficult due to the increasing number of potholes. Some potholes are so big that small vehicles like rickshaws and motorbikes get stuck in them. This problem worsens during the monsoons when these ditches fill up with water. Unsuspecting commuters and motorists routinely get injured trying to navigate through these potholes.


I sincerely request commuters be asked to drive slowly along the road to minimise the casualties. Helmets should be made mandatory to motorists who use bikes and scooters. Also vehicles must be told to steer away from water-filled potholes since many of them look deceptively shallow. Lastly, I suggest using the adjacent SM Marg which is relatively better than CS Road. I truly hope that the commuters take these precautions to minimize the troubles they face every day.


Thanking you,

Yours truly,
Amin Buhari


A. Write formal letters:

[Application - leave of absence, bonafide certificate, scholarship, concessions, job, etc. ]

OR

[Complaint - City planning, traffic, garbage, pollution, grievances, etc. to authorities or a letter to the editor]

1. Write a letter to the newspaper editor highlighting the  condition of the roads in your area and suggest suitable measures.

7G, Rainbow colony,
M.G. Road,
Dharavi Cross Road,
Dharavi,
Mumbai – 400017.
5th March, 2019

The Editor,
The Times News Paper,
Fort,
Mumbai – 400001

Subject: The bad conditions of roads

Dear Sir,

I am a student of The General High School. I have written to you to highlight the Problem faced by the commuters in our Dharavi cross road every day. Travelling by this road has become increasingly difficult due to the increasing number of potholes. Some potholes are so big that small vehicles like rickshaws and motorbikes get stuck in them. This problem worsens during the monsoons when the nearby drainage fill up with water. Some commuters and motorists routinely get injured trying to navigate through these potholes.


I sincerely request commuters be asked to drive slowly along the road to minimise the unwanted events. Helmets should be made mandatory to motorists who use bikes and scooters. Lastly, I suggest using the adjacent 60 feet road which is relatively better than cross road. I truly hope that the commuters take these precautions to minimize the troubles they face every day.


Thanking you,

Yours truly,
Amin.

Commuter meaning: 1. someone who regularly travels between work and home:


Attempt any one of the following letters using the points from the following leaflet: [5]




Ans.


7G, Rainbow Colony,
M.G. Road,
Dharavi,
Mumbai - 400017.
7th March, 2016.


Dear brother,


Received your yesterday. I hope all is well with you and rest of the family. I am writing this letter to advise you about the importance of Yoga.


Yoga in Daily Life is a system of practice consisting of eight levels of development in the areas of physical, mental, social and spiritual health.When the body is physically healthy, the mind is clear, focused and stress is under control. This gives the space to connect with loved ones and maintain socially healthy relationships. When you are healthy you are in touch with your inner Self, with others and your surroundings on a much deeper level, which adds to your spiritual health.The word “Yoga” originates from Sanskrit and means “to join, to unite”. Yoga exercises have a holistic effect and bring  body, mind, consciousness and soul into  balance.  The main goals  of  “Yoga  in  Daily  Life”  are  Physical Health,  Mental Health, Social Health,  Spiritual Health, Self-Realization or realization of the Divine within us. These goals are attained by Love and  help  for  all  living  beings,Respect  for  life,  protection of  nature  and  the environment,A peaceful  state of  mind,  Full vegetarian  diet,  Pure thoughts  and  positive  lifestyle,  Physical, mental  and  spiritual  practices,  Tolerance  for  all  nations,  cultures  and  religions.  Yogic techniques are  known  to  improve  one’s overall  performance.  Pranayama is an important, yet little known part  of Yoga. Until  recently, this art  and science of yogic  breathing was almost completely  unknown  to  the  common  man  like  many  other  ancient  Indian  arts.Pranayama techniques act to purify the nadis including these three main energy channels.


Healthy society at Dharavi Street is offering Yoga classes for all with special batches for students at reasonable fees.  Hope you will join these classes and avail the benefits. Convey my regards to all at home.


Your loving brother,


XYZ.


Ans.


7G, Rainbow Colony,
M.G. Road,
Dharavi,
Mumbai - 400017.
7th March, 2016.



To,
The Headmaster,
The General English High School,
Mahim (E),
Mumbai - 400016.


Subject: Requesting letter to start Yoga Classes in our School.


Respected Sir,


It is with a deep sense of concern that, on behalf of the student board, I am writing this letter to highlight the importance of starting Yoga classes in our school.


Yoga in Daily Life is a system of practice consisting of eight levels of development in the areas of physical, mental, social and spiritual health.When the body is physically healthy, the mind is clear, focused and stress is under control. This gives the space to connect with loved ones and maintain socially healthy relationships. When you are healthy you are in touch with your inner Self, with others and your surroundings on a much deeper level, which adds to your spiritual health.The word “Yoga” originates from Sanskrit and means “to join, to unite”. Yoga exercises have a holistic effect and bring  body, mind, consciousness and soul into  balance.  The main goals  of  “Yoga  in  Daily  Life”  are  Physical Health,  Mental Health, Social Health,  Spiritual Health, Self-Realization or realization of the Divine within us. These goals are attained by Love and  help  for  all  living  beings,Respect  for  life,  protection of  nature  and  the environment,A peaceful  state of  mind,  Full vegetarian  diet,  Pure thoughts  and  positive  lifestyle,  Physical, mental  and  spiritual  practices,  Tolerance  for  all  nations,  cultures  and  religions.  Yogic techniques are  known  to  improve  one’s overall  performance.  Pranayama is an important, yet little known part  of Yoga. Until  recently, this art  and science of yogic  breathing was almost completely  unknown  to  the  common  man  like  many  other  ancient  Indian  arts.Pranayama techniques act to purify the nadis including these three main energy channels.


Healthy society at Dharavi Street is offering Yoga classes for all with special batches for students at reasonable fees. It is our humble request that you request them to start these classes in our esteemed school so that many students can avail of this opportunity and benefit from it. We are confident that you will accept our request.


Thank you,


Yours faithfully,


Sd/ -


XYZ.

Write a letter to the Mayor of your city requesting him / her to provide better facilities to face water shortage.



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