- For Teachers
she continues to take keen intrest to learn new rhymes. she was oozing with confidence while redention of poem. she is becoming an active participent in class discussions. keep it up. It has been observed that her attention span has improved. She has inculcated keen intrest in reciting rhymes which is appriciable.
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- Start every sentence with a capital letter.
- The correct spelling of "interest".
- I think you may have meant "retention", not "redention". Please check.
- "To inculcate" means to instil something on someone else by constant repetition. I don't see how that would fit here.
- We say "a keen interest", not just "keen interest".