+0
To whom it may concern,

Hi. Sorry for being abrupt. I am one of the student that have signed up for the Solidworks (advance) course for this semester, and eventually changed to the beginner course. Due to the late enter for this course, I was only able to attend two of the sessions out of six (which is lecture 4 and 5). I would be grateful if you could send me the lecture notes for the rest of the lectures for self learning, as I would need them in order to work on my assignments.

Thank you for your time and assistance. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Hello! I would sincerely appreciate for help on grammar mistakes for the email above. Many thanks in advanced!
+2
To whom it may concern,
Dear Sir/Madam,

Hi. Sorry for being abrupt. I am one of the student that have signed up for the Solidworks (advanced) course for this semester, and eventually changed but later downgraded to the beginner course. Due to my joining the course late, enter for this course, I was only able to attend two out of the sessions out of six sessions (which is lectures 4 and 5). I would be grateful if you could send me the lecture notes for the rest of the first three lectures for self learning, as I would need them in order to work on my assignments.

Thank you for your time and assistance, and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Yours faithfully,
Raine Hooke
Comments  
Teachers: We supply a list of EFL job vacancies
Hi teechr, thanks a lot for always helping me on my english (if you're aware that this was not the first time you have been helping me)! It really encourage me a lot! Cheers!
Raine HookeIt really encourage me a lot! Cheers!
I'm delighted to hear that.
You're welcome. Emotion: smile Emotion: yes
Just remember to always capitalize "English." As the name of a language, it's a proper noun, and therefore, should always start with a capital letter.