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Letter to friend describing co-curricular activities of school

Suppose, you are Monir/Monira living at Sonapur, Chandpur and a student of Nurpur High School. Your friend, Nazim/Nazma is a rural student living at Kaptai, Rangamati. S/He wants to know about the co-curricular activities of your school.

Now, write a letter to your friend describing the co-curricular activities of your school.


Sonapur, Chandpur
12 March 2020

My dear Nazim,
Cordial love to you. Hope, you are all OK by the grace of Almighty Allah. I received your long-felt letter yesterday. In your letter you wanted to know about the co-curricular activities of our school. Now, I am going to write a short description about the same.

Besides academic activities, co-curricular activities of our school are all along getting important. We regularly play football, cricket, table tennis, badminton, volleyball and many other games. We take part in indoor and outdoor games. We work in our school garden by turns. We take part in symposiums, debates, extempore speeches, selected speeches arranged by our school. We regularly publish quarterly, half-yearly and annual magazines. We are also to take part in debating and drawing competitions. Every year we go on a picnic and study tour. Throughout the year, our teachers keep us busy with the co-curricular activities. We feel much interested in doing these activities.

I am well. Please tender my salam to your parents and love to youngsters. Thank you for your letter. No more now. More when we meet.

Yours ever,
Monir

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