IELTS G.T Task 1: Relaxation Room in Company Office.

Relaxation Room IELTS Task 1

You found a room at your company office that can be used as a relaxation room. Write a letter to your manager and ask to use it for this purpose. In your letter say

– Explain why you suggest this.
– Which room is it? Why?
– What changes will need to be done there?

20 minutes, 150 words at least.

Answer:

Dear John,

Global corporate giants such as Google and Walmart have introduced the concept of relaxation rooms so that employees can take a quick nap and revitalize themselves for work. Our company is also in the process of introducing one, and I have discovered the perfect place for it. (Why suggest this)

You must have noticed a moderately sized room of about 8 feet by 10 feet next to the conference hall. The room is being used for storing stationary and some Pantry material. In my opinion, that premium space is being wasted, and it can be better utilized for relaxation while the material can be shifted to a cabinet in the Pantry. (Which room? Why?)

We will have to make certain changes such as installing reclining chairs, some pillows, a sofa set, and some books and magazines to make it a relaxation room. Moreover, the lighting system has to be changed to make it brighter and place some indoor plants to make it aesthetically attractive. I am sure this will fit our budget perfectly. (Changes)

Looking forward to discussing these changes with you,

Sincerely,

S.

175 words.

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