Among many things, CELPIP exam is required to migrate to Canada if you are going to try for The English language. So I am writing about the exercises you will have on it. One of the exercises CELPIP has is to write a complaint letter about a purchase you did. So here it is how I did.
The letter must have a clear structure. According to some little research on Google, the best structure is the following:
This letter must be polite and try to avoid questions as "why?", as this is not helpful to get your goal done.
After living for 5 years in Canada with three different employers and at least five work permit renewals, I finally got the permanent resident in Canada for me and my family. I will describe in this article how I did it and I will share some few tips.
Please remember I am going to write what to do, not how to do it. I will also describe my specific case, which will be useful for those who have a similar scenario. Please do not send me questions regarding how to do things or what if you have another profession different than mine, I will just ignore those comments.
In another article, I have written when to use too or very. Now, there are some words you can say with very but you shouldn't. Its use denotes lack of knowledge of the language which it impacts your English evaluation. Here there are some examples: