Letter to friend suffering from serious illness

December 08, 2018
Write a letter to your friend who is suffering from a serious illness. Suppose your friend has been suffering from a serious disease like cancer or malaria etc. Write a consoling letter to your sick friend suffering from a disease. This letter is basically an encouragement message to your friend.

Letter to a friend suffering from illness

84-Gulshan Jinnah,
Lahore.
December 12, 2019

Dear Saima,

I just heard about your medical tests reports. I have come to know that you have been diagnosed with breast cancer. I was shocked to hear about that.  I could not believe it first. Then I was clarified by Amina. It is really a bad disease but it is curable now. Thank God it has been diagnosed at an early stage. It is 100% curable at this stage. The treatment may involve some radiation or surgery or the combination of both.

I have heard that you plan to come to Shaukat Khanum Hospital Lahore for the treatment. That is really a good idea. Come as soon ass possible. Never take it to your heart. It is still in early stage and is 100 % curable. It is not dangerous till 2nd stage. I Like to express my sympathy and most earnest good wishes for your speedy recovery. I pray to God from the core of my heart for your health.

Pay my regards to aunt and uncle. Write to me about your plans for your Lahore visit.

Yours sincerely,
Ammara Chaudhary



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A letter to friend who failed in exams

November 23, 2018
Write a letter to your friend who has failed in the examination. This is a friendly letter written to the friend who has failed in exams. This letter is a sample showing how to write a letter to console someone who failed in exams. This letter is basically a sympathy letter and advice to a friend. Dear Kashif, I heard about your failure in the final exams.

A Letter to Friend on his Failure in Exams

46-Gulshan Ravi,
Lahore.
September 15, 2018

Dear Kashif,
I heard about your failure in the final exams of 2nd year. It is really a sad news for me. I was not expecting that type of the result of yours. I am sorry to hear that. You had been a hardworking student. The result report is not the proof of what actually you are.

The bad result does not mean that you cannot progress in life. The real failure is to quit trying. Please do not take it to heart. Instead, explore and work on your weak points. Improve your grey areas and set a new goal in life. Work even harder and show the world that you are not a failure. Life has given you a new chance to change the opinion of your friends and relatives about you. Stand up and set to work today. Do not waste your time and keep up with high spirits.

Let me tell you that exams are just formalities. These are not valid tools to test our talent. You are good at sports and games. You are an excellent painter. I think this is a big reason for your failure that you gave to much time to games just before the exams. I know you had a tournament against Walker Club. So, don't let this trifling thing bring down your morale. I am here to help you anytime you need. I hope you will not take this result not a big failure.

Convey my regards to your parents. Do join the birthday party of Ahmad on Tuesday. Raza and Jamil are also coming. See you there.

Yours sincerely,
Saif Ullah Zahid


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Write a letter to your friend for the loan of money

November 22, 2018
This is a letter to a friend to get some loan of money. Write a letter to your friend requesting him to lend you some money. Write a letter to your friend borrow some money that your need for personal use. These are all letters notes for 1st year and 10th class.

A letter to your friend for the loan of money

31-1 Model Town,
Lahore.
December 15, 2018.

Dear Zahid,
Asslam-o-Alaikum. I hope you will be fine. I have just reached back home from my office. I have started working 2 hours over-time. In fact, life has become too complicated to manage all affairs in a small salary. Although my salary increased just three months ago, it was a mild increment. It did nothing good for my large family expenses.

You know the marriage of my younger sister has been fixed on the 15th of next month. I have saved some money for that occasion. But you know I have to bear my younger brother's educational expenses, my children's fee and other household expenses including utility bills. All this has left me with a little saving. I will need an extra amount of 10,000 rupees on the marriage of my sister. I know it will be difficult for you but I request you to lend me this amount. I know you had a bonus of Rs 35, 000 rupees in this month. I hope you will manage this loan somehow.

I have started working overtime. But you know overtime salary is paid at the 20th of every month. I could not get it even on the wedding day. As you plan to come here two days before the wedding, please get this money along form me. I assure you that I will return it to you as soon as I get my next salary. It will be your great favor to me.

Thanks in anticipation.
Your sincerely,
Amjad Ali


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Letters to Schools, Colleges and Editors

November 19, 2018
Here is a list of all formal letters written to school and college principals. Letters to the principal of your college and schools, letters to the editors of the newspapers and letters to officials, and a list of letters samples for students and parents.

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Letters to the principals


  1. Letter to the principal explaining your absence from the examination
  2. Letter to the principal requesting him to buy new books for the library
  3. Letter to principal for the permission of a cricket match
  4. Letter to the principal seeking information regarding admissions
  5. A farewell letter of thanks to the principal of your college

Letters to the editors

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  2. Letter to the editor of a newspaper about rising prices
  3. A letter to the editor of newspapers about the need of parks and gardens in the city
  4. A letter to the editor of the newspaper for opening a girl's college in your locality
  5. A letter to the editor of the newspaper about begging

Letter to official

  1. A letter to the superintendent of the police reporting a theft
  2. A letter to the district health officer to open a free dispensary in your village
  3. Letter to health officer explaining unsanitary conditions in your locality
  4. Letter to postmaster complaining irregular delivery of your letters
  5. Letter to bookseller ordering some books
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Letters to Relatives Samples

November 19, 2018

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Here is a list of all personal letters written to relatives. letters to uncles, letters to father, letters to mother, letters to sister, letters to brother, letter to cousin etc. There are all letters listed here. Download in PDF or study online.


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Letters to Relatives

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  • Letter to your father telling him about your new friend 
  • Letter to your mother about your progress in your studies 
  • Letter to your mother about your preparation for final exams 
  • Letter to your mother complaining about food served in the hostel 
  • Letter to your elder brother about your expectations in the examination 
  • Letter to your elder brother on his recovery from the illness. 
  • Letter to your sister with a beautiful gift on Eid 
  • Letter to your sister giving home news 
  • Letter of apology for delaying in reply 
  • Letter to your cousin thanking her for the birthday present 
  • Write a letter to your younger brother giving advice on the choice of profession


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    A visit to A Museum Essay

    November 19, 2018
    This is an outstanding version of the English essay on 'A Visit to a Museum"'. The essay contains quotes and quotations. This essay is equally best for 10th class and 2nd year students. A Museum is a place where we keep in safe custody the valuable things of the past. We visited the Lahore Museum last Sunday.

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    A museum is a place where we keep in safe custody the valuable and historic things of the past. These things tell us how our forefathers lived and worked. A museum is a very interesting place where we can see a collection of rare things and things of historical interest. It is a house of all valuable and wonderful things. We study the old things there and we come to know much of our history and culture of bygone ages. We see all the things of past and present at one place. A visit to the museum is very inductive. Everybody wants to visit the museum because it is an education itself. Many people come from abroad to study past history of the past.

    Last Sunday, my father took me to the Lahore Museum. It is one of the best museums in Pakistan. It is situated in front of Punjab Universtiy Hall on the Shahrah-e-Qauid. It is a grand building with a high ceiling. There are different rooms for different things. 

    At first we saw the pictures of old kings, saints, and statesmen. These pictures were drawn by the artists of the past. Some of these were drawn purely from the imagination. Toys and other things of wood were very beautiful.

    Then we saw the pottery of Multan, the woodwork of Gujranwala, the shawls of Kashmir, cutlery of Wazirabad and the beautiful carpets of Karachi. There was also a large collection of old daggers, shields, weapons, swords, and ornaments made of gold and silver. The ornaments were nicely arranged in glass cases.

    After this, we saw old coins. I could not read what was written on them. Then we saw precious stones. They were kept very safe. We also saw many books written by hand. Their paper was not fine. The dead bodies of snakes, beasts, and birds were very fine. Their bodies were filled with cotton and dry grass. Then we saw wonderful things dug out from Texila and Swat Valley.

    We kept on moving in the museum more than two hours. There were many other things to see. But we were tired. We returned home full of joy and happiness. It was an informative and rewarding visit indeed.

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    A True Muslim Essay with Quotations

    November 18, 2018
    This is an outstanding version of the essay on 'A True Muslim'. The essay contains quotes and quotations. This essay is equally best for 10th class and 2nd year students. To be a good Muslim is, indeed a great blessing of Allah. The followers of Islam are called Muslims. A True Muslim is one who
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    "A true Muslim is one from whose hand and tongue the others are safe." (Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ)

    To be a good Muslim is, indeed a great blessing of Allah. The followers of Islam are called Muslims. A true Muslim is one who follows the teachings of Islam in the real sense. He is the one who lives his life according to the Sunnah of the Prophet ﷺ and the orders of the Holy Quran. A True Muslim abstain from any action that is prohibited in Islam.

    A true Muslim is clean and pure. It means that a true Muslim is never contaminated and if he gets contaminated, his first action is to clean himself. 

    "The cleanliness is half the faith. (Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ)

    The last prophet of Allah, the leader of the Muslims, has emphasized a lot on cleanliness. A person cannot be a true Muslim if he does not pay attention to personal hygiene. A true Muslims knows that his all prayer will be accepted only if he is clean; there are some exemptions under inevitable circumstances.

    A true Muslim is has a firm belief in Allah and His last Prophet (ﷺ). He believes that Allah is the light of heaven and earth. It is his faith that Allah is the creator of everything. He believes that Allah is aware of his actions and doings. He avoids evil actions because he knows that he will be held answerable for his deeds. He fears only form Allah and does not do anything wrong. It is his belief that Allah is Omnipresent and Omnipotent. 

    "When your heart feels satisfied because of any of your good act and mourns about any of your wrongdoing, then know, you have become a true Muslim" (Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ)

    A true Muslim leads a simple life and pure life. He earns his livelihood through honest means and it contented with it. He controls his desires. He does not beg for things. He does not bring down his self-respect. He always bows his head only before Allah. He knows that Allah is the Supreme in the universe. 

    "When you bowed before others than Allah, neither your body nor your soul is yours" (Allama Muhammad Iqbal)

    A true Muslim never harms others. He takes care of his neighbours and poor relatives. He gives Zakat so that prosperity may come in the society. He keeps fasts. He says prayers five times a day. He greets and welcome guests. He is not selfish and cunning. He has great tolerance and patience. He does not complain for bad times as he knows that Allah is testing him. He does not cheat or steal. He is very careful in his relations. He tries to forgive his enemies when he is is a position to take revenge. He knows that peace is the key to prosperity. 

    An enemy of today is a friend of tomorrow” Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

    A true Muslim does not take revenge upon anyone.. He never kill a human being as he knows that Islam does not allow it.

    "He who kills a person kills the whole human being." (Hazrat Muhammad ﷺ)

    A true Muslim never indulge in ambiguities and do research and clarification before believing a news. A true Muslims seeks knowledge and act upon it. He leads a life of diligence, discipline and deep study. He educates his children well and develops them into good citizens. He tries to create a healthy atmosphere in his family. He fulfills the rights of his wife, children, and parents. 

    A true Muslim is fearless and courageous. He always speaks the truth whether it goes against his own interests. He speaks politely and gently. He is kind and sympathetic to others. He does not store money and food. He is the symbol of integrity and honesty. He guides and directs his fellow being to do the right. He is willing to sacrifice his personal interests for the wider interests of the society.

    A true Muslims is one who loves the human being. (Saif Ullah Zahid)



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