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I'm not good at writing so I'm now trying to improve this skill. Let me know how to make those essay more better. Thanks a lot.

6.

Hi Sam

Actually, I need to improve my cycling skill for a competition at school. I have 5 days to prepare so I want to borrow your bicycle for 4 days. It will be give back in next Sunday

Thanks you

Tony

7.

Hello Anthony

I was delighted to receive your letter, it came 2 days ago. I hope you are being well, it was a long time since we last meet. Having a good service restaurant in town is extremely convenient because you can take food whenever you want. Like you, I also have a favorite restaurant in my town which take approximate 10 minutes to ride. This restaurant serve delicious China dishes. Otherwise, I like this place because it design take inspiration from China culture so that I feel like I'm travelling to this country when I entire this atmosphere. Why don't you come to my town next Sunday and we can have lunch at this restaurant

See you

Tony

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của Phương máy tính Give me advises. please !

Study the words: advice and advise.

Advice is a noun. It is non-count. Advices is wrong!

Please give me some advice on my writing.
Your advice would be appreciated.
I went to my professor for advice.

Advise is a verb.

Please advise me. 
The professor advised Joseph to repeat the course again to get a better mark.
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Hi Sam

Actually, I need to improve my cycling skill (I don't know what this is. Perhaps you mean: stamina, or endurance. Maybe "techniques". ) for a competition at school. I have 5 days to prepare so I want to borrow your bicycle for 4 days. It will be give (given) back in next Sunday (Missing punctuation)

Thanks you

There are two possible endings. Do not mix them up.

1. Thank you
2. Thanks

Sample:

Hi Sam,

I need to increase my stamina for a bicycle race at school. I have 5 days to prepare so I would like to borrow your bicycle for four days. I will return it next Sunday.

Thanks!

Martin

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What are the instructions for this letter?



Hello Anthony,

I was delighted to receive your letter, it (Comma splice error. Wrong punctuation) came 2 days ago. I hope you are being well, (Comma splice error. Wrong punctuation) it was (Wrong tense) a long time since we last meet. (Wrong verb form) Having a good service restaurant in town is extremely convenient because you can take (wrong word) food whenever you want. Like you, I also have a favorite restaurant in my town which take approximate 10 minutes to ride. (We do not ride a restaurant. We ride a motorcycle or bicycle) This restaurant serve (subject/verb disagreement) delicious China (wrong word) dishes. Otherwise, (wrong transition word) I like this place because it design (wrong subject/verb ) take inspiration from China (wrong word) culture so that I feel like I'm travelling to this country when I entire (wrong word) this atmosphere. Why don't you come to my town next Sunday and we can have lunch at this restaurant (missing punctuation)

See you (missing punctuation)

Tony


This is a China dish. It is made of fine porcelain that is found in China.

white China dish

This is a Chinese dish. It is delicious.

Popular Chinese dish with rice and chopsticks


Corrected letter. I guessed at the instructions.

You received a letter from an old friend. Invite him to have lunch with you at your favorite restaurant.


Hello Anthony,

I was delighted to receive your letter 2 days ago. It has been a such a long time since we last met. I especially enjoyed your story about the new restaurant that opened near you. Having a good take-away restaurant in town is extremely convenient because you can get your favorite food whenever you want.

Like you, I also have a favorite restaurant. It is about a 10-minute drive from either work or home. This restaurant serves delicious Chinese food. Besides the good food, I like this place because its interior design takes its inspiration from Chinese culture, so that I feel like I'm travelling to China when I go in. Why don't you come over next Sunday and we can have lunch at this restaurant?

Hope to see you soon,

Tony

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