Here is one last URGENT request! Much apologies for asking..
A kid from school wrote in a letter to a pen-friend:
We had been mailing to each other for several times after your leaving to America. However, we had lost contact after you had become busy with your examinations. Not long after, I lost your address and did not hear from you either.
Would anyone be able to correct the above confusing passage? A billion thanks for helping! URGENT T_T
We had mailed each other several times after you left for America. However, we lost touch because you were so busy with your exams. Not long after that, I lost your address and could not contact you, and didn't hear from you either.
That last clause seems to want an I. Other than that, that's perfect.
Originally Posted by tdol
Re: Here is one last URGENT request! Much apologies for aski
You can mail a letter to somebody, but if you "lose" the letter you should also "lose" the to.
There is no need to apologize for asking us questions. That's what we live for. :wink:
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