letter - Dear Mr. Melville, I am Jacky Chong. I hope Im not...

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Dear Mr. Melville, I am Jacky Chong. I hope I’m not disturbing you now. As I expected, I got a five in the English assessment. This is not particularly disappointing, though not a bit heartening. As you said, I am capable of getting a six. Also, I really want to study law in college. Many colleges’ law courses request at least six in English Language A. I’ve set myself a plan for the Summer Holidays. I will read as much English materials (including novels and poems) as I can during the Summer Holidays. I will also consistently build up my Collocation Booklet. As you’ve told us, these are the two most effective ways to improve one’s writing skill. Can you please give me some additional advices on how to improve my English skills over the summer? Thank you very much. I will do my best in order to reach my dream of being a lawyer. Sincerely yours, Jacky Chong Dear Mr. Bowman, I am Jacky Chong. I hope I’m not disturbing you now. As you know, I got a five in the Physics assessment. This is very disappointing, because I’m capable of doing much better than that.
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This note was uploaded on 12/31/2011 for the course LANG 111 taught by Professor Lancebeck during the Spring '11 term at Ave Maria.

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