Dear Sir or Madam,
I am writing to let you know that I am unhappy with my current living conditions. While the accommodation itself is fine, my
has become intolerable making it almost impossible for me to work. I hope you will consider my situation favourably.
Let me explain my situation. The trouble started about three months ago when my
moved in. Prior to that, everything was fine; my old
was extremely considerate. My current
, stays up almost all
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and plays incessantly loud music. As
, I have not been able to sleep properly and
cannot concentrate on my studies.
Would you kindly transfer me or my
to another room? I would much prefer to live with someone who is quieter and more
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others. As long as it is quiet, I do not mind whom I live with.
Thank you for your consideration.
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