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    recomendation

    I need to write a recomendation letter for a student. she will participate in an exchange and she needs this letter recommending about her actuation at school. can you help me?
    "Fabiola is in my class and she is a brilliant student. She has participated in the activities and has a excellent performance..."
    Am I in the right way??.

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    Re: recomendation

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    First sentence,

    'She has participated in the activities' sounds a bit week (and final); I'd say something like "She participates readily/willingly/helpfully/productively/thoughtfully/creatively [choose an adverb] in classroom activities."

    "has a excellent performance" , apart from the obvious typo (an). 'A performance' isn't something one can have. I'd cut it out completely, or maybe continue after "activities": "..., and always performs well in them."

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    Re: recomendation

    I'd include attendance, punctuality, homework and herrelationship with class members and staff.

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