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This is a project where I am writting a letter to a judge pretending i am a psychologist and is writing the letter to talk about my client and how he has disorders like Schizophrenia and Dependent personality Disorder. i show the proof in the letter as to why does he have these disorders. now my teacher has told me in the format to end the final lines with something memorable. does any one have any suggestions as to how should i end my letter???
Your conclusion (the final lines) will depend on the reason for writing the letter. Is it merely a report or is it supposed to be persuasive? Is the letter intended to keep the client out of jail? or in a mental institution? Whatever you say in conclusion should support the intention of the letter. You could certainly refer back to a specific example given in your letter and use it to leave the reader with a memorable image.