Your English-speaking friend, Mary, whom you haven’t met for a long time, sent you an email. Read part of her email below:

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Do you remember me? We met when you visited my high school in Oxford during your summer trip to England 3 years ago. We haven’t heard from each other for a long time, right?

Anyway, how are you? What have you been doing? You always wanted to be a teacher!

Here some of my news. I’m studying Laws at Oxford University. I think I have changed a lot over the years. I don’t like thrillers anymore. I prefer history books now. Do you remember Pete, the tall thin guy with glasses? He’s on the same course as me. We are best friends now!

Well, I must finish now because I have an exam tomorrow. It would be really good if we could get together again.

Write back soon and tell me all your news.

Mary.

Write a reply to Mary. In your email, you have to tell her you still remember her and the time you visited her high school, tell her all your news, and ask her to send your regards to Pete.

You should write at least 120 words.

My email:

Dear Mary,

I’m ecstatic to hear from you again. Anyway, I always remember you and the moment we first met when I visited your high school that summer. It’s been such a long time!

I’m doing quite great. I’m up to my ears in study at the moment since I’m going to take the entrance exam to the Ho Chi Minh City University of Education this July. I don’t mean to complain, but I’m endeavoring every minute to realize my dream of being an English teacher. You know, I opted teaching career because I love to convey knowledge to students as well as to follow in my father’s footsteps, who is actually a teacher.

It’s great to inform you that I’ll have a chance to return to Oxford next summer, I would like to take a summer trip abroad. Of course, I’ll come to see you and we can have a coffee later.

Please send my best regards to Pete,

Best wishes,

Hao.

Dear Mary,

I’m ecstatic I was thrilled to hear from you again. Anyway, I always remember you and the moment we first met when I visited your high school that summer. It’s been such a long time!

I’m doing quite great. I’m up to my ears in study at the moment since I’m going to take the entrance exam to for the Ho Chi Minh City University of Education this July. I don’t mean to complain, but I’m striving endeavoring every minute to realize my dream of being an English teacher. You know, I opted for a teaching career because I love to convey knowledge to students as well as to follow in my father’s footsteps, who He is actually a teacher, you know.

It’s great to I'm especially happy to tell inform (Inform is a business word. It is not very personal.) you that I’ll have a chance to return to Oxford next summer. I would like to take a summer trip abroad and England is on the top of the list of destinations. Of course, if that happens, I’ll come to see you. and we can have a coffee later.

Please send my best regards to Pete,

Best wishes,

Hao.

Thank you 🥰🥰🥰