An expression of interest-CEFR

Learn how to write an email to ask for more information and express interest.

Are you a pre-intermediate (CEFR level A2) English learner? This section provides writing practise to assist you in creating short, simple texts, notes, and messages. Messages, forum posts, personal profiles, forms, and emails are all examples of text. 

How to write?
  • When composing an official email, you can omit the recipient's name and yet use the salutation Dear, Sir/Madam. 
  • There should be three concise key paragraphs in your email: 
  • what piques your interest 
  • Why are you curious? 
  • any inquiries you may have. 
  • If you want a response, ending an email with "I look forward to hearing from you" is an excellent strategy. 
  • A polite, semi-formal way to end an email is with regards. Additionally, it is typical of business emails.


From: Merry Yi


Subject: Summer travel grant

Dear Sir/Madam,

This month's university magazine featured an advertisement for a summer trip grant, and I'm writing to indicate my interest in it. 

I'm a second-year student, and in July, I want to spend three weeks studying English in New York. In order to help me with my expenses, I would like to apply for the travel grant. 

Please email me further information, including application instructions and the application deadline. 

I'm looking forward to hearing from you.

Best regards,



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