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Hi
Tell there is any spellingmistakes are any mistakes in below letters.

(nobody have the right to irritate or make fun of any body.. by sending ths mail you have proved that you are a silly person and not matured.. in this mail you have sent, you have mispelled the word "studied" as "studyed". To know the spelling of the word "studied" an education of 2nd standard is enough.. this is a bad habit and a bad manner that you are developing,, hereafter do not make fun of others.. i think you that when a dog barks on the moon, its a shame only for the dog and not the moon.. be matured.. i m sorry..)
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Hello Pojo,

Welcome to the forums.

I know this isn't a grammar issue, but by picking apart an e-mail's spelling mistakes your are lowering yourself. I also don't know this expression "when a dog barks on the moon." What does it mean? And why are YOU saying you're sorry?

No one has the right to harass or make fun of others. Your e-mail showed your own shortcomings and lack of maturity, not those of others.
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PojoHi
Tell there is any spellingmistakes are any mistakes in below letters.

(nobody have the right to irritate or make fun of any body.. by sending ths mail you have proved that you are a silly person and not matured.. in this mail you have sent, you have mispelled the word "studied" as "studyed". To know the spelling of the word "studied" an education of 2nd standard is enough.. this is a bad habit and a bad manner that you are developing,, hereafter do not make fun of others.. i think you that when a dog barks on the moon, its a shame only for the dog and not the moon.. be matured.. i m sorry..)
Lots of other mistakes.

You start a sentence with a capital letter on the first word.

The pronoun "I" is always a capital letter.

Only one punctuation mark is needed, followed by a space.