When writing an informal letter to your father about your preparation for the annual examination, maintain clarity and politeness. Express your current situation, such as adapting to online classes, managing schoolwork, and maintaining a timetable. Show appreciation for your father's support and convey your determination to perform well in the exams.

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Sample Letter to Your Father about Your Preparation for The Annual Examination

Date: __ /__ /____ (Date)

_____________ (Name),
_____________ (Address)

Dear Dad,

I just hope this letter finds you in good health. I am doing good here.

It is been long I have not written any letter to you, so I thought this is the perfect time to write. I really got caught up with school work. We have a lot of new technologies coming up. The raging technology which is very prominent these days is the online classes. We are given online sessions to clear our doubts, and all the lessons are recorded so that we can revise them later.

The exam dates will be declared soon, maybe by ________ (next) week for sure. The schedule is a bit tight, and all the students are still learning how to cope up. So am I, but I have maintained a time table for myself, which makes everything a bit compatible. At the same time, I would like to say, I have ________ (completed and submitted all my projects) on time. This made me realise that I have grown up and I understand my responsibilities.

This ______ (hostel life) is teaching me a lot of things which perhaps would not have been possible over there. A big thank you for sending me here, anyway, I will work hard and try to keep up my position.

Give my regards to mother, and take care.

Your loving son/daughter,
___________ (Name)

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  • Q: How should I inform my father about my exam preparation in an informal letter?
    • A: Clearly state your current situation, such as adapting to online classes and managing schoolwork, and express gratitude for your father's support.
  • Q: Is it important to mention completed projects in the letter about exam preparation?
    • A: Yes, mentioning completed projects highlights your commitment and responsibility towards your studies.
  • Q: How can I convey my determination to perform well in the exams to my father?
    • A: Express your determination by mentioning your efforts to maintain a timetable and complete assignments on time.
  • Q: Should I include any expressions of gratitude in the letter about exam preparation?
    • A: Yes, expressing gratitude for your father's support and the opportunities provided shows appreciation and respect.
  • Q: How can I conclude an informal letter to my father about my exam preparation?
    • A: Conclude the letter by sending regards to other family members and expressing care for your father's well-being.

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