Last year I bought a refrigerator in your store on Chang An road. We all like the shape and colour of the refrigerator. But recently I find something is wrong with it. It begins to make noise when it is turned on.
At first it is low but gradually it becomes louder and louder. To make the matter worse, it even stops working sometimes. We all feel disappointed with. I am writing to you to ask for help. Would you please send somebody to repair it. I will be at home this weekend. Please call me before you come.
My telephone number is 6606.5531. Thank you very much.
I am a new arrival of the company. I really
appreciate that you give me the chance to work here, and I will try my
best to finish all my jobs. Besides I have some small requests. First, I hope you can increase my salary if I make a great contribution to the company. Second, I hope the company can give us more chance to improme ourselve, such as professional training and going abroad for further study. Last but not least, I have a family, so I don't want to work overtime or be on a business trip frequently.
I wish a happy work here.
In summary, the author simply makes groundless accusations without providing any real support for his or her argument. To make the argument convincing, the author would have to provide evidence that Mayor Durant approved a faulty bridge design or an unqualified construction company that caused the bridge's damage and traffic problems.
The author should have also provided supporting details that show that the damage to the bridge is out of the ordinary and directly caused by Mayor Durant's decision to use inadequate construction materials or a poor design.
Without more support, the author's point of view is unconvincing and not well reasoned.