Re: [S-R] Need advice on letter writing
- Keep your first one short and simple -- feel free to
write in English -- probably typing it would be best
-- and if this person on the other end has children or
knows someone with young family members, you'll likely
have no trouble being understood -- the world's youth
are computer-literate and love to instant message and
chat, and the universal language for that is English
-- that and the BBC is broadcast world-wide and youth
listen to that to perfect their English.
Good luck, let us know how that pans out.
--- zpoolmanz <zpoolmanz@...> wrote:
> I am a new member.
> My mother gave me a suitcase which I have been
> sorting through. In it
> were a bunch of old letters. I also looked up in
> the phone book of
> Slovakia to see if there were still names that were
> similar from the
> I am planning on writing a letter to a person there
> that may be
> related. Any advice is appreciated.
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