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    Iím writing to express my gratitude ...

    Hi, XXX-- and Iím writing to express my gratitude for actively and constructively contributing to the writing course titled ďAcademic Essay.Ē I really enjoyed being in your classes and I found them useful and worthwhile. I appreciate you for all the hard work you put in. As a teacher, you have a busy life; yet you are happy spending your free limited time giving a great service to learners, you are pretty kind. Once again, thank you for helping learners obtain a quality education. Iím very grateful for your interest in improving studentsí English.



    Would check that letter for any mistakes?

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    Re: Iím writing to express my gratitude ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn View Post
    Hi, XXX. -- and

    I’m writing to express my gratitude for your actively and constructively contributing contribution to the writing course titled “Academic Essay.” I really enjoyed being in your classes and I found them useful and worthwhile. I appreciate you for all the hard work you put in. As a teacher, you have a busy life, yet you are happy spending to spend your limited free limited time giving a great service to learners. You are pretty very kind.

    Once again, thank you for helping learners obtain a quality education. I’m very grateful for your interest in improving students’ English.



    Would you check that letter for any mistakes?
    See above. Note that saying something is "pretty + adjective" is not really a compliment in most cases. It's like saying "You're sort of kind" or "Do I think you're kind? Hmm, yes and no".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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