An email giving holiday advice

Learn how to write an email to give holiday advice.

Are you a CEFR level B1 intermediate English learner? This section provides writing exercises to help you create short, coherent texts about known subjects that you find interesting. Forum posts, reviews, messages, brief articles, and emails are examples of texts.

How to write?
  • Instead of using Dear + name to begin a casual email, use Hi + name. 
  • Since a casual email might resemble a conversation, you can begin with What's up? 
  • It would be lovely to hear from you if you were to respond. 
  • Use the following language to offer advice: 
  • ... is something you should do, see, or go to (attraction). 
  • I would counsel... 
  • You should... You can... 
  • Give reasons for your recommendations. 
  • P.S. can be used to add something at the end.


From: Sunny Chen

To: Janet Hill

Subject: Re: Hi!

Hi Janet!

How wonderful to hear from you and how wonderful that you are coming! 

Your choice of location is excellent because it is close to Gardens by the Bay, a must-see sight. The youngsters will adore how they are lit up at night. The zoo is an additional destination for families with young children, and the Night Safari is highly recommended. It's quite special since the animals are considerably more active at night than they are during the day. 

There is a wide range of meals available here. Laksa and kaya toast are both quite traditional Singaporean meals, so I'd suggest tasting them both. At street markets, you may eat good and affordably as well. Without a doubt, you ought to look them up. 

I am so excited to see you all!


P.S. My number here is +65 1234 1234.


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