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Anonymous:My son was absent yesterday because he was late, now he have to submit an application his my school. I need some help with this... please check error in my letter, i'll be veryt thankful to you
I want it to be more professional so suggest some line using heavy english words! and please check my error, Thanks again
The class teacher,
Name of school,
Subject: Leave for one-day.
This is to inform you that my son, Name, student for class 7th A, didn't attain the school on DATE, as he was late because of rain
So kindly grant him leave for one-day.
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I get the feeling that your son was absent for the entire day, but you are not clear.
When writing a letter to a school official explaining absence or tardiness, I would take the position that it was your decision that led to the events in question and that it is your right and duty to protect and decide on behalf of your child.
"I kept my child at home because I was concerned for his safety in the heavy rain. This is why he was absent from school and why I request that you grant him leave for one day."
Mrs. XXX XXX
I hope this helps you.
You need to consult a dictionary so as to rectify your spelling related mistakes. So called Heavy words are not required, even a simple and meaningful language would do. You need to mention you name at the end of the letter after proper salutation. Lastly, You should take care of punctuation.
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