Writing task 37: variant 19 - Langart

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You have received an email message from your English-speaking pen-friend Emma:

From: Emma@mail.uk

To: Russian_friend@ege.ru

Subject: siblings

I wish I had siblings. I often feel lonely. I can’t think of any advantages of me being an only child. Do you have siblings? Are friends or siblings more important in life? Why? If I weren’t an only child, what sister-brother problems would I have, in your opinion?
…My uncle gave me an electric scooter as a birthday present. I was all over the moon

Write an email to Emma.

In your message:

− answer her questions;

− ask 3 questions about the electric scooter.

Write 100–140 words.

Remember the rules of email writing.

Suggested answer

Hi Emma,

Thanks for your message. I was very glad to hear from you.

I’ll be happy to answer your questions. As for me, I’ve got a younger brother, and while we did have our fair share of sibling rivalries and arguments growing up, I value the close bond we share. I think friends and siblings both play a big role in our lives. Friends are there for us, supporting and understanding, while siblings bring a great connection with shared adventures. As for sibling problems, they can range from anything like borrowing clothes without asking to disagreements over chores or personal space – you’d have any of them if you had a sister or brother.

I’m so thrilled to hear about your electric scooter! What colour is it? What cool features does it have? How fast can it go?

That’s all for now. Write back soon.

Best wishes,