• Writing an Email
  • J. Schmitz
  • 11.03.2023
  • Englisch
  • 10
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In our glo­bal di­gi­tal world, wri­ting an email is the most wi­de­ly used me­thod of cont­ac­ting others. On p.2 you will find an email, find la­bels for the fol­lo­wing lines:
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Collect con­tent and vo­ca­bu­la­ry for the main bo­dy­of an email (that is the sec­tions bet­ween l. 3 - 17), high­light for­mal and in­for­mal lan­guage, as well as pos­si­ble dif­fe­ren­ces bet­ween Eng­lish and other lan­gu­ages you might speak.





















from friend@mailservice.com

subject: Out-​of-school activities

Hey fri­end,

I hope you're doing well and that school isn't too over­whel­ming at the mo­ment.

I wan­ted to reach out and ask you a ques­ti­on - what do you enjoy doing out­si­de of school?

I'm al­ways in­te­res­ted in hea­ring about people's hob­bies and in­te­rests. My cou­sin, for ex­amp­le, is a fan­ta­stic ar­tist and loves to paint in her free time. It's great to have so­me­thing to do that you enjoy and that helps you relax.

So, what do you like to do? Are you in­vol­ved in any sports teams, clubs or groups? Do you have a pas­si­on for music, wri­ting or any other crea­ti­ve ac­ti­vi­ty? I'm al­ways keen to learn about new things and would love to know more about what you enjoy doing.

Also, I'm cu­rious to know if your pa­rents en­cou­ra­ge you to parti­ci­pa­te in any ex­tra­cur­ri­cu­lar ac­ti­vi­ties. Do they have any sug­ges­ti­ons for you or do they let you choo­se on your own?

Thanks for ta­king the time to read this email. I can't wait to hear your re­spon­se!

Best re­gards,

from friend@mailservice.com

subject: Out-​of-school activities

Hey fri­end,

I hope you're doing well and that school isn't too over­whel­ming at the mo­ment.

I wan­ted to reach out and ask you a ques­ti­on - what do you enjoy doing out­si­de of school?

I'm al­ways in­te­res­ted in hea­ring about people's hob­bies and in­te­rests. My cou­sin, for ex­amp­le, is a fan­ta­stic ar­tist and loves to paint in her free time. It's great to have so­me­thing to do that you enjoy and that helps you relax.

So, what do you like to do? Are you in­vol­ved in any sports teams, clubs or groups? Do you have a pas­si­on for music, wri­ting or any other crea­ti­ve ac­ti­vi­ty? I'm al­ways keen to learn about new things and would love to know more about what you enjoy doing.

Also, I'm cu­rious to know if your pa­rents en­cou­ra­ge you to parti­ci­pa­te in any ex­tra­cur­ri­cu­lar ac­ti­vi­ties. Do they have any sug­ges­ti­ons for you or do they let you choo­se on your own?

Thanks for ta­king the time to read this email. I can't wait to hear your re­spon­se!

Best re­gards,





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Write an anwer to this email (200 words), re­mem­ber to use the struc­tu­re and words pro­vi­ded on p.1
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Write an anwer to this email (200 words), re­mem­ber to use the struc­tu­re and words pro­vi­ded on p.1
email@so­me­thing.com
sub­ject: Out of school stuff
Hi [Name],

Thanks for as­king about my in­te­rests and hob­bies out­si­de of school. I have a few ac­ti­vi­ties that I enjoy doing to relax and have fun.

One of my fa­vo­ri­te things to do is play­ing bas­ket­ball with my fri­ends. We usu­al­ly play after school or on weekends, and it's a great way to stay ac­ti­ve while also ha­ving fun. I'm also part of a chess club at school, which I enjoy a lot be­cau­se it chal­len­ges me to think stra­te­gi­cal­ly.

In terms of crea­ti­ve ac­ti­vi­ties, I love to write short sto­ries and poems. It's a great way for me to ex­press mys­elf and ex­plo­re dif­fe­rent ideas. I also enjoy pho­to­gra­phy and ta­king pic­tures of land­s­capes, na­tu­re, and in­te­resting ar­chi­tec­tu­re.

My pa­rents are very sup­por­ti­ve of my hob­bies and en­cou­ra­ge me to pur­sue my in­te­rests. They be­lie­ve that it's im­portant for me to have a well-​rounded life and not just focus on aca­de­mics. Howe­ver, they do have some sug­ges­ti­ons for me, such as vol­un­tee­ring at a local cha­ri­ty or parti­ci­pa­ting in a de­ba­te club to im­pro­ve my pu­blic spe­a­king skills.

Over­all, I be­lie­ve that ha­ving hob­bies and in­te­rests out­si­de of school is im­portant for main­tai­ning a healt­hy ba­lan­ce in life. It's great to have ac­ti­vi­ties that you enjoy doing and that help you un­wind after a long day of stu­dy­ing.

Thanks for as­king, and I hope to hear about your hob­bies and in­te­rests too!

Best re­gards,

[Your Name]
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