Jane Payne
• A museum near your home is looking for people to do part-time voluntary! unpaid work. You would like to do some voluntary/unpaid work at the museum. Write a letter to the museum director to apply for the voluntarylunpaid work. In your letter • explain why you want to do voluntarylunpaid work at the museum • describe some skills and qualities you have that would be useful • give details of when you would be available for work Dear Modam, I am writing to inquire about voluntary work at the museum. I would want to apply for this work. I’d want to work exactly in this museum because it is devoted to the history of development of medicine. I am interested in medicine and would want to touch it more closely. Also this voluntary will help me with entering the university this year. Some of my skills and qualities would be useful for this work. First of all, as I said before I know a lot about the development of medicine. Secondly, I am communicative and I will answer to visitor’s questions with great pleasure. I can start as soon as it is required. I am free after my studies from 5 to 8 pm and I am completely available on weekends. You can send letter on my email or simply call on my phone. I’d be grateful to get your answer!
Oct 13, 2020 5:43 PM
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• A museum near your home is looking for people to do part-time voluntary! unpaid work. You would like to do some voluntary/unpaid work at the museum. Write a letter to the museum director to apply for the voluntarylunpaid work. In your letter • explain why you want to do voluntarylunpaid work at the museum • describe some skills and qualities you have that would be useful • give details of when you would be available for work Dear Madam, I am writing to inquire about voluntary work at the museum. I want to apply for this position. I want to work specifically in this museum because it is devoted to the history of the development of medicine. I am interested in medicine and would want to explore it more closely. Also this voluntary position will help me with entering university this year. Some of my skills and qualities would be useful for this job. First of all, as I said before I know a lot about the development of medicine. Secondly, I am communicative and I will answer visitor’s questions with great pleasure. I can start as soon as it is required. I am free after my studies from 5 to 8 pm and I am completely available on weekends. You can send a response to my email or simply call by phone. I’m looking forward to hearing from you!
Nice work 👍 This is a situation where you can use the phrase “I’m looking forward to ...” (ex. I’m looking forward to our phone interview next week.) We don’t often say “dear madam”. It is more common to use the person’s name or job title (ex. Dear Hiring Manager, Dear Ms. Jackson).
October 13, 2020
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Jane Payne
Language Skills
English, Russian
Learning Language
English