Carmen
Sorry, this is more an exercise than a debate, but I would apreciate your help to know if it is right.
Match the phrases to the sentence endings.
 
1. I'd suggest ---> staying in a youth hostel.
 
2. You really should ---> see the Tower of London.
 
3. Try and get to ---> Covent Garden Market.
 
4. It's a good idea ---> to buy a travel card for the London Underground.
 
5. Make sure you ---> keep your bags safe.
 
6. If you like ---> we could meet up in London.
 
 
Complete the sentences with the imperative advice in the correct form.
 
1. You really shouldn't miss ____riding on a London bus____ .
 
2. If you have time, you could even ____go to places like Greenwich___ .
 
3. A real must-see is ____ seeing Buckingham Palace____. <- I have doubts about this one specially, is it right?
 
4. If I were in your shoes, I'd ____buy a ticket for The London Eye____.
 
5. Don't miss out on _____seeing a West End show_____.
 
 
Put the words in the correct order to close the email.
 
1. Let me know how goes your trip.
 
2. Hope to hear from you soon again.
 
3. Write again if you want more advice.
 
4. We must meet up when you're in London.
 
5. Hope you have a great holiday.
Jun 18, 2020 7:07 PM
Comments · 3
#3 - "A real must-see is <s>seeing</s> Buckingham Palace" seeing is repetitive
#1 (at the bottom) "Let me know how <em>your trip goes</em>"
#2 "Hope to hear from you <em>again soon</em>"
June 18, 2020
part 2
3. A real must-see is Buckingham Palace

Put the words in the correct order to close the email.
  Hope you have a great holiday.
Let me know how your trip goes.
Hope to hear from you soon again.
We must meet up when you're in London.
Write again if you want more advice.

There is no right or wrong order to end the email, but Write again if you want more advice.
is the most natural one to end with. It is finishing with letting them know you are ready to offer assistance. That they can contact you if they need help.


June 18, 2020
Part 1
all fine ;

part 2
all fine ;

Part 3
<ol><li>let me know how your trip goes </li></ol>

good job !
June 18, 2020
Carmen
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English, Spanish
Learning Language
English