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    malizia is offline Newbie
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    i am writing to say sorry that i can't accomadation the student from sveden ,because iam styudying very hard for my english exam
    to begin with , i would like to invite the student on 28 june
    in addition,i would be very grateful if you could send me some detailed information about the student:how old is she? what is her hobby? how long she can stay in lithuanian?
    furthermore ,i would show her our country. there are many examples of historic architekture. or if she is interested in shopping we will visit akropolis

    i look foward to hearing from you
    yours faithfully


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    please check

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    Welcome to the forums.

    Quote Originally Posted by malizia View Post
    i am writing to say sorry that i can't accomadation the student from sveden ,because iam styudying very hard for my english exam
    to begin with , i would like to invite the student on 28 june
    in addition,i would be very grateful if you could send me some detailed information about the student:how old is she? what is her hobby? how long she can stay in lithuanian?
    furthermore ,i would show her our country. there are many examples of historic architekture. or if she is interested in shopping we will visit akropolis

    i look foward to hearing from you
    yours faithfully

    "accommodation" = the noun [I will not be able to provide accommodation...]. "accommodate" = the verb [I shall not be able to accommodate...]

    Punctuation: there is a space after the punctuation mark, not before it.

    The personal pronoun "I" is always a capital letter.

    Proper nouns [personal names, names of countries, names of months etc] always take a capital letter [Sweden]

    Do you have an English spell-check on your computer? It would help you to have one.

    Try rewriting this piece and post it again.

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