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Topic 6: Writing formal Letters

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WRITING FORMAL LETTERS Major Parts of Formal/Official letters  Sender’s address and date Addressee’s address below the reference number U.F.S, if it has to be signed by a certain officer/Person, for forwarding. Formal salutation i.e. Sir/Madam The introductory sentence e.g a reference to a former announcement, letter, or newspaper. Curriculum Vitae (CV) Purpose of your application […]

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Topic 6: Talking about cultural activities

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Talking about Games How a Game Familiar to Oneself is Played Explain how a game familiar to him/her is played Cultural activities are activities which are done according to the culture of a certain place. In Tanzania we have different cultural activities like marriages, funerals, harvesting celebrations, ritual celebrations and games. Games are physical or […]

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Topic 6: Tourism

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Topic 6: Tourism

Tourism refers to the travel of people away from home to other place for recreation, leisure, religious, family, or business purposes, usually of a limited duration. Tourism involves visiting places of interest like wildlife, beaches, museums etc, Types of tourism There are two categories of tourism, namely, Domestic and international tourism. Domestic tourism involves travel within […]

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Topic 6: Family Relation

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Rights and Responsibilities of Family Members Family members have rights depending on their status in the family. For instance, parents have rights like bearing, guiding and advising children. They are also free to teach community values to their children and be respected by their children. On the other hand, children have rights to basic and […]

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Topic 6: Expressing Likes and dislikes

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EXPRESSING LIKES AND DISLIKES The word like (v) means to be sound as or pleased with from the verb we get the word like (vi) and dislike (Ti) opposite or antonym. Grammatically likes/ dislike are not nouns but only used in everyday talks (spoken English) whether like or dislike the force behind them are human […]

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