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Recent Exam Questions – IELTS Writing Task 1 (Recommend Family Member)

Recent Exam Questions – IELTS Writing Task 1 (Recommend Family Member)

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Are you preparing well for your IELTS writing exam? Do you need some recently asked practice questions? If you are searching for a recently asked question in the IELTS writing module, you can read the following IELTS Writing Task 1 question which was reported by a candidate who appeared in the exam in the month of November.

Question:

 

Write a letter to the manager of a company which is based in a foreign country to recommend your family member for a suitable job. In your letter,

-Introduce yourself and say what you are doing

-Describe the role your family member is interested in

-Explain why he or she is suitable for the job

You should attempt this IELTS writing task 1 in 20 minutes and write at least 150 words.

 

Below is the sample answer of the above type of IELTS writing task 1 question:

 

Sample Answer:

Dear Sir/Mam,

I am writing this letter to recommend my brother for the job position of computer operator in your company based in London.

I am working as software developer in one of the office branches in Delhi, India. For the last 10 years, I have been working in your company and enjoy my job a lot.

My brother is willing to work on the job role of computer operator. The London office of your company has recently posted an advertisement regarding the vacancy of computer operator. Since I am the employee, I want to refer the name of my brother for this job position who is extremely interested in working on this post.

I am referring my brother’s name for this job since I believe he can be a suitable candidate for this job position. He has 5 years of experience in working as computer operator in the past and is well equipped with all the technicalities as well as skills required to perform this job.

I, therefore, recommend my brother for this job and would request you to interview him.

 

Yours faithfully,

Adarsh Sharma

(186 words)

 

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