How are you doing? I wonder if you could sell some Chinese knots for me.
I made them myself with red silk threads, cloth and other materials. They look really beautiful in the shape of a diamond, about 5 inches long and 4 inches wide. In China, these knots stand for friendship, love and good luck. People can either give them as gifts to friends or hang them in their houses.
They are only 12.99 US each. If anyone wants to know more about the knots, let them write to me. Also,do let me know if you need further information. Thank you!
Dear Professor Liang,
I am writing to extend my gratitude to you. Because of your help，now I am a student of Chemistry Department of Sydney University.
Last June, when I applied to become a graduate student of Sydney University, you really gave me a lot of valuable help. You not only wrote a recommendation(推荐) for me to Professor Wells who works in the Sydney University，but also gave me careful and patient instructions on how to fill the application forms and write the application letters.
It is your unreserved(无保留的) help that enables me to obtain this splendid(极好的)opportunity of further education. For the following two years I will study hard to reciprocate(回报) your sincere help and expectations with excellent grades.
How are you? Glad to see you have made some progress in Chinese learning and I’m writing to tell you something about our next lesson.
The lesson will be given from 3 pm to 5 pm on the afternoon of next Tuesday in the classroom 502. In the class, you will mainly learn Tang poetry, which reflects traditional Chinese culture and is deeply loved by Chinese. You can feel the beauty of Chinese by learning Tang Poetry. You’d better make full preparations before class and have a brief understanding of the history of Tang Dynasty, which makes it easy for you to go through the class.
If there is anything that I can help you, please don’t hesitate to tell me. Looking forward to meeting you.