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I am writing an informal letter - sking a friend for help. I do not know the exact theme yet so I only have introductory and the end but I would like to know if it is written correctly and if the grammar is right......This is the letter:
How are you doing? I've heard your parents got divorced. I'm very sorry about that. I hope you're not too upset.
The weather is pretty bad here at the moment. It's really cold and it just won't stop raining so I decided to take the opportunity and write you now since I have nothing else to do.
(now comes the part where I talk about the specific problem which I don't know about yet so I'll just write some exaples of asking for help)
I'm writing to ask for your advice.
I'm going through some serious problems and I could really use some help.
I'd really appreciate it if you could give me some advice.
Please let me know about what I should do.
I'm looking forward to hearing from you. Give my regards to your family and I also hope to see you soon.
your good friend xxxxx
I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....