CELPIP Practice Reading Correspondence Resignation Letter
This Reading Module has 11 questions similar to the kinds of questions that you can expect to find on an actual CELPIP Test. Practice CELPIP Reading Correspondence Resignation Letter.
Directions: Read the letter.
I am officially tendering my registration, effective June 1, 2011. I regrettably must do so although I found working for you and the bank extremely fulfilling and pleasantly challenging. I was fortunate enough to meet with the bank’s highest-profile clients and entrusted with the most important portfolios. I consider my experience here as the pinnacle of my career, and I appreciate the opportunities and professional courtesy that were extended to me during my tenure.
However, I have decided to open a new chapter in my life. I am looking forward to spending more time with my children and spouse. As you are aware, my eldest daughter requires constant care and medical attention. Although I am resigning from my position with the bank, I am not giving up my professional life. I intend to pursue a home-based business so that I can still support my household finances. With the support of my family, I hope to have a smooth transition.
Thank you and the bank’s administrators for all your support. I appreciate the guidance I received from my supervisory team, and I will do my best to ensure a smooth transition. As set forth in my contract, I am returning all bank property.
Q1. The worker will go on a permanent leave
a. from the first day of June.
b. after completing the challenge.
c. according to the portfolios.
d. to pursue a different career.
Q2. The vindication behind quitting the job is
a. financial complication.
b. health issues.
c. domestic establishment.
d. professional disruption.
Q3. He desires
a. to migrate to a new place.
b. an opportunity to professional courtesy.
c. to become a bank administrator.
d. establish a new business.
Q4. He is starting a home-based business to
a. fulfill his passion.
b. support the household expenses.
c. assist his wife in household work.
d. ensure a smooth transition.
Q5. The workforce in the bank
a. didn’t like his work.
b. appreciated his work.
c. assisted him.
d. extended his duration in the bank.
Q6. According to the bond
a. he has to return all the real estate.
b. his property would be mortgaged.
c. the supervisory team will ensure his resignation.
d. he will pay the debts before resigning.
It is with great regret that I formally acknowledge receipt of your resignation notice with effect from (Q7)____________. Your resignation has been approved and, as requested, your final day of work here will be on (Q8) ____________.
It has been a pleasure working with you, and on behalf of the team, I would like to wish you all the very best in all your future endeavors. Included with this letter please find an information packet with detailed information on the resignation process. And we all hope that your daughter (Q9)____________ and you achieve myriad of success in life.
If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate (Q10)____________. Thank you again for your positive attitude and (Q11)____________.
All the best,
a. June 30th, 2011
b. June 1st,2011
c. May 31st, 2011
d. June 2nd, 2011
a. June 1st,2011
b. 16th May, 2011
c. May 31st,2011
d. May 30th,2011
a. gets well soon
b. receives the job on behalf of you
c. remembers us at all time
d. chooses the same profession
a. to disgrace the company’s name
b. in joining again
c. to raise a competition amongst the coworkers
d. to contact the office
a. contributing the household products
b. hard work for all these years
c. paying the debts at the earliest
d. monitoring the office work
CELPIP Reading Practice Correspondence Resignation Letter
1. A (para 1, line 1)
2. C (para 2, line 2)
3. D (para 2, line 6)
4. B (para 2, last line)
5. C (para 3 line 1)
6. A (para 3, last line)
7. B (para 1, line 1)
8. C (para 1, line 1)
9. A (para 2, line 4)
11. B (para 1)