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Your (best) friend
I've got a question, we are correcting students' exam papers. It is a basic level exam.
One of the tasks was to write a letter to an English friend. A great deal of students have finished theirs with: Your (best) friend, .... (Mike).
We are advised not to score that expression. I know that it may not be a perfect one, but is that incorrect? Would you accept it in an informal letter?
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