RBSE Class 9 English Letter Writing are part of RBSE Solutions for Class 9 English. Here we have given Rajasthan Board RBSE Class 9 English Letter Writing.
Rajasthan Board RBSE Class 9 English Letter Writing
1. A Letter to Friend Expressing Inability to Attend Birthday Party
You are Rakesh living in Jaipur. Your friend Anil has invited you to attend his younger brother’s birthday party. Write a letter to him expressing your inability to attend the function. You may touch upon the following points :
(a) Your annual exams are at hand.
(b) It is a long way to go attend the function.
(c) Your mother too is not keeping well.
(d) Your father mostly remains out of station.
(e) Send your good wishes.
104, Muktanand Nagar
Gopal Pura Bypass
15 March 20 – –
My dear Anil
I am very glad to get the invitation to attend your younger brother Harish’s birthday party. I am extremely sorry to tell you that I shall not be able to attend the party. You know that it is the month of February and I have to study hard for our annual examinations. You may understand well that Udaipur is very far from here. My father mostly remains out of station, so I have to remain at home to look after my ailing mother. I am sending a beautiful gift for Harish. Please accept my best wishes. Convey my blessings to Harish. Pay my regards to Aunt and Uncle.
2. A Letter about Annual Function
Imagine that you are Shivani from Bharatpur. Write a letter to your sister, about the Annual Function of your school, held last week. You may touch upon the following points :
(a) Preparations for the Annual Function.
(b) The events and cultural activities.
(c) The Annual Function was a great success.
(d) The chief guest who gave away the prizes.
(e) What part did you take ?
275 Krishna Nagar
Bharatpur 27 February 20 – –
My dear Sister
I am hale and hearty here. I could not write to you earlier. We were busy with preparations for the school Annual Function. The students presented many cultural programmes on the stage. I delivered a speech on ‘The Shining India’. We celebrated this function with pomp and show. The collector of our district was the chief guest of the function. He gave away the prizes. You will be glad to know that I have won a prize for the best orator. I enjoyed myself very much. With regards to Mummy and Papa.
Vocabulary : busy = व्यस्त preparation =तैयारी with pomp and show = शान से orator = वक्ता।
3. A Letter Informing about
Mother’s Illness Imagine that you are Gagan reading in Government Secondary School, Deeg. Write a letter to your sister telling her about the illness of your mother. You may touch upon the following points :
(a) When did she fall ill ?
(b) What did she complain of ?
(c) How did you help her ?
(d) How is she now? F-16 Pandey Mohalla
20 March 20 – –
My dear Sister
I am sorry to inform you that mother has been suffering from malaria for the last three days. She is under the treatment of our family doctor. According to the doctor, there is nothing to worry about her. He says that she will be quite well in a week. Pay my best regards to dear brother-in-law and love to Shivam.
Your loving brother
Vocabulary : inform = सूचित करना brother-in-law = जीजा जी। according to = के अनुसार। has been suffering = पीड़ित हैं
4. A Letter Inviting to Attend Your Sister’s Marriage
Imagine that you are Saroj. Write a letter to your friend Seema inviting her to attend your elder sister’s marriage. You may touch upon the following points :
(a) The day and date of wedding.
(b) The bridegroom and his family.
(c) Preparations already made.
(d) The help you expect from her.
115 Ramji Gate
24 April 20 – –
My dear Seema
I am very glad to inform you that the marriage of my elder sister has been settled. The marriage ceremony will take place on the 5th of May. The bridegroom is a doctor of a very respectable family of Ajmer. Please try to come at least a week before the marriage so that I may get your help and advice. Please convey my regards to your parents.
Vocabulary : has been settled = तथा हो गयी है will take place = होगी। bridegroom = दूल्हा respectable = प्रतिष्ठत so that = ताकि at least = काम – से – काम
5. A Letter Describing about Hostel Life
Imagine that you are Aditya living in Govt Hostel, Bayana. Write a letter to your father telling him about your hostel life. You may touch upon the following points :
(a) The facilities in the hostel.
(b) Daily routine.
(c) Study hours.
(d) Room partner’s and warden’s behaviour.
Room No 30 Govt Hostel
20 August 20 – –
My dear Father
You will be glad to know that I have got admission to the hostel. It is situated among the hills. There are trees all around. I have been allotted Room No. 30. My room is quite big and airy. The warden is very kind and gentle. The behaviour of my room partner is very good. The boys in the hostel are also friendly. We take tea and biscuits for breakfast; rice and curry for lunch; chapatis, dal and vegetables for dinner. Weget special dish on Sundays. I study for two hours at night. In the evening we play different games. Our hostel building is quite near our school. I am enjoying myself here very much. Please convey my regards to Mother and love to Anupam.
Your loving son
Vocabulary : friendly = मित्रवत breakfast = जलपान, नाश्ता dinner = रात्रि का भोजन different = विभिन्न प्रकार के
6. A Letter Congratulating
Your Friend on His Success You are Suresh living in Alwar. Your friend is in Ajmer. Write a letter congratulating him on his success in the Secondary School Examination. You may take the help of the following points :
(a) Day and date of the declaration of result.
(b) Happy to see the roll no. in the Rajasthan Patrika.
(c) Parents proud of your achievement.
(d) Congratulations on success.
(e) Future plan to pursue courses.
(f) A hopeful and bright future.
10 June 20 – –
My dear Gaurav
I am really very glad to see your roll no. in the Rajasthan Patrika yesterday. You have passed your Secondary Examination in the first division. Please accept my heartiest congratulations on your brilliant success. What are your plans now ? Please convey my regards to your dear parents and love to dear Pinki. Congratulating you once again.
Vocabulary : accept = स्वीकार करना heartiest = हार्दिक। brilliant = शानदार। congratulations = बधाइयाँ ! plans = योजनाएँ। convey my regards = मेरा प्रणाम कहना।
7. A Letter Requesting Your Friend
to Lend You His Camera Imagine that you are Ankit living at Subhash Nagar, Ajmer. You want a camera during your summer vacation. Write a letter to your friend requesting him to lend you his camera. You may touch upon the following points :
(a) Why do you need a camera ?
(b) Who will operate it?
(c) Where will you take it?
(d) When will you return it ?
75 Subhash Nagar
Ajmer 10 May 20 – –
My dear Amit
You will be pleased to know that I, along with some of my friends, am going to Shimla during these coming summer vacations. Some friends told me to take a camera with us so that we may take some beautiful snaps. I know that you have a camera. Will you please lend me it for a month ? You know that I know how to operate a camera. I assure you that I will take great care of it. Kindly send me it by May 20. I will return it in time.
Please convey my best regards to your parents.
Vocabulary : snaps = फोटोग्राफ operate = (कैमरा को) चलाना, कैमरे से फोटो लेना assure = विश्स्वास दिलाना
8. A Letter to Father Requesting Him to Send Money to Buy a Bicycle
Imagine that you are Arun living in Prabha Nagar. Write a letter to your father requesting him to send you some money to buy a bicycle. You may touch upon the following points :
(a) Your school has been shifted to a new building five kilometers away from the town.
(b) No bus is available to reach school in time.
(c) Necessity of a bicycle.
(d) Request for sending money.
2 August 20 – –
My dear Father
I am well here and hope the same for you all. Our school has been shifted to a new building in Pratap Nagar. It is five kilometres away from the city. No bus is available on this route.
I want to buy a bicycle to reach there in time.
Kindly send 72500/- to buy it.
Kindly convey my best regards to dear Mummy and love to Raju.
Vocabulary : has been shifted = स्थानान्तरित हो गया है। available = उपलब्ध route = मार्ग। away = दूर
9. A Letter to Uncle Thanking Him for Birthday Gift
Imagine you are Vinit living in Baroda. Your uncle sent you a dictionary as birthday gift. Write a letter to him to thank for the gift. You may touch upon the following points :
(a) Thanks for the gift.
(b) How you celebrated your birthday.
(c) Whom you invited.
(d) The usefulness of the gift.
105 Shyam Sadan
15 March 20 – –
My dear Uncle
I am hale and hearty here. I celebrated my birthday last Sunday. My father had arranged a grand feast on this occasion. My friends attended the birthday party. I enjoyed it with them very much, but I missed you very much on this occasion. I became happy when I received the parcel of the gift two days ago. Thank you very much for your good wishes and the Oxford Dictionary. I really needed it and wanted to buy it. It will be helpful in many ways. Thank you once again for this gift. My sincere regards to Aunt and love to Nandini.
Vocabulary: hale and hearty = स्वस्थ व प्रसन्न celebrated = मनाया। arranged = व्यवस्था की। grand feast = शानदार दावत । enjoyed = आनन्द लिया missed you = आपकी अनुपरिस्थिति खली
10. A Letter Expressing Condolence on Death of Your Friend’s Father
Imagine that you are Sumit living in Jodhpur. Your friend has lost his father. Write a letter to your friend expressing deep condolence on the death of his father. You may touch upon the following points :
(a) How did you get the sad news of the untimely death of his father ?
(b) How did you feel on his death ?
(c) When did you see his father last ?
(d) What do you pray to God ?
275 Adarsh Nagar
15 December 20 – –
My dear Kamal
I was shocked to know about the sad demise of your dear father. When I met him last time, he was quite hale and hearty. I never thought that he would leave us so soon. He was ever smiling and very kind in nature. He was a pious and religious man. His death is a great personal loss to me too. I pray to God to give you strength to bear this loss. Console yourself and your family members. My sympathies are with you in this hour of deep sorrow. May God grant peace to the departed soul ! With heavy heart
Vocabulary: demise = मृत्यु shocked = आघात लगा। nature = स्वभाव। religious = धार्मिक। pious = पवित्र। sympathies = सहानुभूति। departed soul = मृतक की आत्मा
(A) Letters To The Editors
1. A Letter about the Nuisance
of Loudspeakers Write a letter to the Editor about the nuisance of loudspeakers during the examination days. Imagine yourself as Hari Singh, a resident of 17, Bihari Pura, Dausa.
17, Bihari Pura
10 March 20 – –
Through your esteemed daily newspaper I want to draw the attention of the authorities concerned that now a-days the examinations of the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan are going on. The loud-speakers keep sounding throughout the night due to which we are unable to prepare ourselves for the examination. If these loudspeakers continue to create disturbance, we may fail in the examination. It is, therefore, requested to put a ban against the nuisance of the loudspeakers during our examination days. I hope that the authorities concerned will pay attention to solve this problem of the students. Yours faithfully
2. Suggestions on Child Labour in India
Imagine that you are Aditya from Adarsh Nagar, Jaipur. Write a letter to the Editor of ‘The Times of India’ expressing your suggestions on child labour in India.
37, Adarsh Nagar
25 November, 20 – –
The Times of India
Child labour is banned in India by but still we can see a lot of children working at many places. They are compelled to do even dangerous works. There should be public awakening in this matter. We should do something in this matter seriously.
(B) Letters To The Principal/Headmaster Of A School
1. A Letter regarding Exemption from Evening Games
You are Nandni Sharma a student of class IX A. Write a letter to the Headmaster of your school requesting him to exempt you from attending the evening games. Don’t Forget to mention the reason.
17 August 20 – –
Govt Secondary School
Subject – Regarding exemption from attending the evening games.
I beg to state that my mother is not well. She has been suffering from typhoid for two weeks. I have to attend her in the evenings. So I am unable to participate in evening games. Kindly exempt me from attending evening games for a period of fifteen days from today.
Hope you will oblige.
Reg. No. 53
Class : IX A
2. A Complaint about the Poor Condition of the Classroom
Suppose you are Kanta, studying in Gout Secondary School Kota. Write a letter to the Headmaster of your school complaining about the poor condition of your classroom. Station Road Kota 3 January 20– The Headmaster Govt Secondary School Kota Sir I want to draw your kind attention to the poor condition of my classroom. The servant on duty does not clean it regularly. We have to sit mostly on the dusty chairs. Two windows of the classroom are broken. In rainy season the rain water enters through the windows and disturbs our studies. In winter we shiver with cold. The black board is very small and rough. More than half of the benches are broken.
I request you to look into the matter and do the needful.
Monitor IX – A
Vocabulary : poor condition = दयनीय स्थिति dusty = धूल भरी। shiver = कॉपना। rough = खुरदरा।
3. A Letter for T. C.
Imagine that you are Nand Lal studying in Dayanand Secondary School, Ajmer. Your father is a clerk in State Bank of India, branch-Ajmer. He has been transferred to Suratgarh. You need your T.C. because you want to study there. Write a letter for the purpose.
115 Civil Lines
25 July 20 – –
Dayanand Sec. School
I am a student of class IX C of your school. My father is a clerk in the State Bank of India, Ajmer. But now he has been transferred to Suratgarh. I have to secure admission to a school at Suratgarh. You are, therefore, requested to issue me my T.C. No dues certificate is attached herewith. Regards
S/o Mr Hira Lal
S. R. No. 326/2008
Vocabulary : no dues = कोई बकाया नहीं secure = प्राप्त करना
4. A Letter for Leave
Imagine that you are Ashok Kumar of Class IX-B. Your mother has informed you that your father is ill. There is nobody to attend him in the village. He requires your presence. Write a letter to your Headmaster for a week’s leave.
112 Adarsh Nagar
12 January 20 – –
Govt Sec. School
My mother has written to me that my father has fallen seriously ill. There is none to attend him in the village. I am the only son of my parents. It is my moral duty to serve and look after my parents. So I am unable to attend the school for a week.
I, therefore, request you to grant me leave for a week from January 12.
Vocabulary : serve = सेवा करना moral duty = नैतिक कर्त्तव्य।
5. A Letter for Railway Concession
Imagine that you are Ravi, reading in Gout Sec. School, Shimla. Your parents live in Jaipur. Write a letter to the Headmaster of your school to issue you a railway concession.
20 April 20 – –
Govt Secondary School
My parents live in Jaipur. I wish to go home during the coming summer vacation. I want to get a railway concession for my journey to Jaipur and back. I have decided to proceed to Jaipur on the 16 May by the afternoon train and return on 30 June.
I, therefore, request you to issue me a railway concession certificate.
Class IX B
Vocabulary : journey = यात्रा decided = निर्णय किया। concession = छूट proceed = प्रस्थान करना।
(C) Electronic Mail Or E-Mail
आपके कोसी में e-mail-formal letters to the principal of the school or to the editor of a Newspaper or a magazine है हम यहाँ पर आपक़ी सुविदा केलिए कुछ e-mail दे रहे हैं हैं जिनका आप भलीभाँति अध्ययन करें।
1. You are Anurag Sharma Class IX B from Govt Secondary School Sujangarh. Compose an application to be sent to the Headmaster of your school as an e-mail.
2. You are Neelam, a student of class IX B. Compose an e-mail to be sent to your principal stating the need of a bicycle stand in the school campus.
3. You are Umesh. Write an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org expressing your : views on the ‘Problem of Home Work given to the Students’.
4. Imagine that you are Sonakshi. Compose an e-mail drawing attention of your principal over the non-completion of syllabus in English and Maths. Don’t forget to mention the reason.
5. You are Naman. Write an e-mail to the editor of a magazine expressing your views on the road accidents caused by fast speed.
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