A COMPLAINING LETTERDear Sir,I have always lived in a small town, but some time ago, I’ve had to move to this big capital ...
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Unit 8. A complaining letter

  1. 1. A COMPLAINING LETTERDear Sir,I have always lived in a small town, but some time ago, I’ve had to move to this big capital likeis Valencia for job reasons. I’ve noticed a lot of changes in many aspects but now there’s onewhich annoys me in a big way.I’m writing to complain about those who try to take out all the rubbish the containers gotinside, and so they can eat or find something that protects them from the winter cold. Theyare poor people, but sometimes are people that tend to sell those things in street markets!Firstly I will explain a curious thing that happened to me yesterday. A week ago I threw awaysome old clothes to one of those containers which collected this clothing for organizations.Yesterday I was walking around a street market and what was my surprise when I recognized asweater and a pair of trousers that I had threw away last week!It was been sold by a couple of Romanian. I got very angry because that wasn’t the end Iwanted for my clothes to have! I was really shocked.In my opinion there should be more invest in urbanism items like those containers that can beinstalled under ground. It’s more hygienic because it doesn’t smell and the people can’t takeout the rubbish.Other point is that those persons who live in the street really need to eat and I think it will be agood idea to built more social dinning where provide food for them and so they wouldn’t haveto look for it in the containers. Finally, now I’m complaining, the police could take into account those illegal sellers who areleaving without clothes the poor people and without work to other clothing sellers. I know I’m asking you for a lot of solutions but I would like to know if the others readers thinkthe same as me. If so, I would welcome their comments. If this newspaper wouldn’t exist itwould be a great pity.Yours faithfully Cristina Moraga

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