Email Advice on Overcoming Nervousness for a Driving Test

Complete the following task. Write at least 100 words. Situation: imagine that you are Nasser/Nasra and you have just received this e-mail from a friend Salim/ Salma: HI, as know, I'm taking my driving test next week. But I'm really nervous. What should I do? Write a reply to this e-mail giving your advice. Your writing should be friendly and interesting.


Hi Salim/Salma,

I hope this email finds you well. It's great to hear that you're taking your driving test next week. I can understand that it's a nerve-wracking experience, but don't worry; I have some advice that might help you feel more confident.

First of all, make sure you get a good night's sleep the night before your test. This will help you feel more alert and focused during the test. Additionally, make sure you eat a good breakfast on the day of the test, so you have the energy you need to concentrate.

When you're taking the test, try to stay calm and take your time. Remember to use your mirrors and signal when appropriate. Don't worry too much about making mistakes; everyone does, and it's not the end of the world.

Lastly, have faith in yourself and your abilities. You've been practicing for a while, and you know what you're doing. Believe in yourself, and you'll do great.

Good luck, and let me know how it goes.

Best regards, Nasser/Nasra


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