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    Default Moderators/Anglika, please help me!

    Anglika and other moderators, please help me!
    Check my 3rd letter please. (Sorry if I made a lot of mistakes)

    Thanks guys!


    Dear Will Peterson,

    Once again, thanks for replying to my last letter.

    First, thanks for telling me everything. Now, I'm knowing more about the arts faculty.

    Second, I'm sure that my english will definitely improve within [a year/years]

    I'm very happy to hear that there are quite number of international students, hence we can share our abilities and experience.

    Anyway, I'm taking the foundation course next week, so i should study well and be prepared.

    Is it okay for you that both of us are sending mails?

    In addition, I'm glad to see you that you can speak bahasa very little. I really appriciate it.


    I'm looking forward for you response.
    Thanks.


    Regards,

    Tom

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    Default Re: Moderators/Anglika, please help me!

    Quote Originally Posted by jomo27 View Post
    Anglika and other moderators, please help me!
    Check my 3rd letter please. (Sorry if I made a lot of mistakes)

    Thanks guys!


    Dear Mr Peterson, [OR, if you feel he will not object, Dear Will. The other is politer.]

    Once again, thanks for replying to my last letter.

    First, thanks for telling me everything. Now I'm knowing [I know]more about the arts faculty. Second, I'm sure that my English will definitely improve within [a year/years] [over the next year/during the next year].

    I'm very happy to hear that there are quite number of international students, hence we can share our abilities and experience.

    Anyway, I'm taking the foundation course next week, so i should [I shall] study well and be prepared.

    Is it okay for you that both of us are sending mails [using e-mail]?

    In addition, I'm glad to see you that you can speak bahasa very little [a little bahasa]. I really appreciate it.


    I'm looking [I look] forward for [to] your response.
    Thanks.


    Regards,

    Tom
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    Default Re: Moderators/Anglika, please help me!

    Thanks, Anglika.

    You're my Hero.

    Do you think my English has improved a bit?

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    Default Re: Moderators/Anglika, please help me!

    Note:
    "I'm glad to see you that you can speak bahasa very little" means you are glad the person can't speak much bahasa. That is why Anglika suggested a change to "I'm glad you can speak a little bahasa".
    ~R

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    Default Re: Moderators/Anglika, please help me!

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee View Post
    Note:
    "I'm glad to see you that you can speak bahasa very little" means you are glad the person can't speak much bahasa. That is why Anglika suggested a change to "I'm glad you can speak a little bahasa".

    ~R

    I see.

    I'm a bit confused with English language.

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