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Hi there,

I'd be so grateful if anyone take a look at the following writings and check the grammar,punctuation, indention,etc. and elevate it semantically and grammatically.

1. A Letter of Congratulation:

Dear Hamidreza,
I've been recently told that you could finally accomplish your M.A.Congratulations! That was such a good news which I have to take my hat off to you.
Keep on the good work and never give it up.

Kind regards,

Iman

2. A letter of Invitation

Dear Hamidreza,
As you know I'm leaving Iran next week to go to US for my M.A. According to this I've prepared a goodbye party on Tuesday, April 7th and I'd be so honored if you could join us.

Cheers,

Iman

3. A letter of condolence

My dear Hamidreza,
Words cannot convey the depth of my sorrow for your great loss. Although I have never had any uncle, I can feel the chaotic situation you are confronted.
Please accept my pity to this catastrophe.

Very best regards,

Iman

4. A Thank-you Letter

Dear Hamidreza,
I'm truly thankful for the superb home stay I had a week ago there in US with you. I didn't feel a minute away from home since I was warmly settled in.
It was a memorable week there with you which revealed your hospitality.

Regards,

Iman
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Hi
I have tried my best to make it better.

1. A Letter of Congratulation:

Dear Hamidreza,
I've been recently told that you could finally accomplish your M.A. Congratulations! That is such a good news for which I have to take my hat off to you.
Keep up the good work and never give it up.

Kind regards,

Iman

2. A letter of Invitation

Dear Hamidreza,
As you know, I'm leaving Iran next week to go to US for my M.A. According(Can you please change this word?) to this I've arranged a farewell party on Tuesday, April 7th and I'd be so honored (If he's your friend, I'd suggest 'pleased') if you could join us.

Cheers,

Iman

3. A letter of condolence

My dear Hamidreza,
Words cannot convey the depth of my sorrow for your great loss. Although I have never had any uncle, I can feel the sorrowful(not chatic) situation you have confronted.
Please accept my pity to this catastrophe.

Very best regards,

Iman

4. A Thank-you Letter

Dear Hamidreza,
I'm truly thankful for the superb home stay I had at your home a week ago there in the US with you. I felt at home since I was warmly settled in.
It was a memorable week there with you which revealed your hospitality.

Regards,

Iman

Hope this helps you.

Prajwal
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Hi Praj,

Thank you so much for your help.
What do you mean by changing the underlined word in letter #2? Do you mean to replace it with a better word?
Is "due to" fine?
What's your suggestion?

Regards,

Iman
Hi
Yes. A better phrase over there.
I'd prefer to use 'so.'
So, I've......

Prajwal
Thanks a lot Praj for your attention.

Iman
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Hi
A small suggestion. You could have posted this as a 'question', not 'discussion'. Your post would have got a quicker reply. I came to know about this only because I was 'following' you. I received a notification. Not many would visit discussion threads as frequently, I think.

Prajwal
Hi. All the above are well written, in addition to what Prajwal said, you had better omit the word it in the first paragraph in the last sentence.
You should just say; never give up rather than never give it up.
Cheers
Hi Praj,

Yes. You're right. I didn't notice that.

Thank you for your attention.

Iman
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Hi Hamidreza,

Thanks a lot for your time and reply.

Iman