|Dear Ms. English,
ItíŽs nice to talk with you here. I would like to explain my own view on you honestly as I truly treat you as my dear friend. Hoped that you can know more about the feeling of mine.
Strictly speaking, I used to be strikingly afraid of you since I usually got a poor result when I was young, maybe in primary school for this subject. But I was too lucky that I met my favourite English tutor, Ms Wong in Form one. With her attractive-teaching, I found that learning English is not a job, but an interesting game. Pretty soon I borrowed various kinds of books from the school library, and I tried to make some commendation for those books. Knowing that I loved Bee Gees, a reputable group of singers in the overseas country, Britain, Ms Wong asked me to read more about the entertainment part in the South China Morning Post because of some news related to them. Reading the English words, I thought that my English standard had been improved steadily.
With an acceptable English standard, I find that I can speak fluently with my friends, teachers, and also the foreigners. Last month, I joined the orientation camp with my new schoolmates. One of our targets was to invite some foreigners to take photos with us. Although I did try to talk with them at nearly last minute, I was already delighted because I could clearly communicate with them. At last, I promised myself that I must be more active in no distant future so that I can communicate with diversified kinds of people from all over the world.
For this course, I expect to improve my writing skills since I know that a professional news reporter must have a good English standard. Also, I hope we can play a role on the reporters and the interviewers so that we can acquire the knowledge from speaking as well.
I am looking forward to using you in a very feasible way one day. I must stop here and write back soon.