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Sunday, April 01, 2018


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Some vocabs I collected:
1) recommend S.O for the position of X
2) having worked closely with him/her for (a period of time)
3) highly qualified
4) significant management experience
5) demonstrated exceptional organizational, team building
6) described S.O as dedicated, hardworking and enthusiastic
7) professionalism and commitment make S.O a perfect candidate for S.T
8) questions about S.O's suitability for the post
9) do not hesitate to contact S.O

Good work Nhan!

Hi Simon,
Can we begin with 'dear sir' if we are addressing to a landlord. Or is it wrong?

Modern practice is to use the addressee's name whenever possible, so probably "Dear Mr Smith" or similar.
"Dear Sir/Madam" would only used if for some reason we do not know their name.

Hi Simon,
First of all thank you for sharing this amazing letter I have a question that how many examiners mark the writing exam and further are there any measures to reduce the subjectivity in the writing marking?

Hi Simon,
Many thanks for the precious contents you are sharing with all IELTS students. I have a small question related to one grammar rule used in the above letter, where it was mentioned: "Hellen's students", Should it be "Hellen' students" ? If not, could you please clarify the reasons

I would appreciate guidance from anyone who knows exactly the correct form.

All the Best

"Helen's students" is the correct form.

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