A noticeboard message-CEFR

Learn how to write a noticeboard message.

Are you a beginner (CEFR level A1) English learner? This section provides writing practice to assist you in writing short, simple texts about well-known topics and filling out forms. Messages, emails, and forms are examples of texts. 

How to write?

By reading this article, you can discover how to create a noticeboard message.

1. Make the main title or idea larger in order to catch people's attention and make it look attractive. 

2. Try to keep the message brief, with writing only the most important details. 

3. Do not include your address!

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This is an example of a notice board message. You can refer to it and try to write one of your own. With practice you can easily master this skill and apply it to your everyday life.


Each lesson includes a model text with writing tips, and tasks to test your understanding and practise various writing skills. Begin right away. Hope that this article helped you and for more information on relevant topics you can visit the SpeakoClub website and can learn and explore more about English speaking and writing.