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I'd like to what form of the verb must I use to write a letter ?

6 comments

  • You question is too brief to get a possible answer (at least from me).
  • my opinion is to use present simple khalef thanks
  • Hi Majaxilin,


    I think like Gee. your question is too brief. However, general rules of writting is nearly the same as any writting in any other languages.


    Bye
  • From majaxilin:
    I'd like to what form of the verb must I use to write a letter ?

     
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  • My letter to you:




    Hello majaxilin,


    thank you for your insteresting one-sentence letter from the 13. of february 2008. I must apologize (present tense) to answer this late, but I was (one month ago: past tense) on a workshop far away in the north of my country.
    Now I am back (present tense) and I am (present tense) ready for writing to you. I hope (present tense) you are fine now (present tense) and all your concerns are meanwhile removed (present tense, passive voice).
    Hopefully you will answer soon (future tense).


    Warmly, Gwendo




    (C.W. Correction wanted)


    Gwendo

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