I’m Li Hua, an exchange student from China. I’m happy to know that I’ll be staying with your family in the next few months while studying at the local high school. Thank you for having me! Scheduled to arrive in Toronto on August 20th. I’ll probably get to your place late that afternoon. I wonder if you could give me some advice so that I can get myself better prepared for my stay in Canada.
Looking forward to seeing you!
I’m planning for an outing this weekend and I’m writing to invite you to join us.
Some of my friends, most of whom are familiar to you, have promised to participate in the trip. As is scheduled, we’ll meet at our school gate at 8 this Saturday morning. Different activities will be arranged for the trip, ranging from climbing the mountain to having a picnic, which provide us with a good opportunity to build up our bodies and enhance our relationships.
Hope you won’t miss the joyful activity. Your attendance is greatly expected．
Dear Mr. Hall,
knowing that you’ll be staying in China for the winter vacation, I’m writing to invite you to celebrate the Spring Festival at my home on January 19.
It’s traditionally a time for family reunion, so my parents and my brother will all be there. We’ll make dumplings together and have a big dinner. Of course, watching the Spring Festival Gala on TV is the biggest part of the celebration. Besides, You may even get a gift from my parents.
If you’re able to come, I’ll go and pick you up in your apartment.
Learning that some volunteers are wanted to welcome the foreign students, I’m writing to apply for the position.
To begin with, I’m proficient in spoken English, which enables me to communicate with foreign students effectively. Besides, I once served as a host student in my junior middle school, gaining me precious experience. Anyway, I think it’s an excellent opportunity to broaden my horizons and improve my social skills.
I would really appreciate it if you gave me a chance to try.
My name is Li Hua and I am writing to report the loss of my wallet.
On November 1, 2018 I took flight number FL753 from China to London. However, upon arrival at the airport of London, I’m astonished to find my wallet gone. It’s a black leather wallet, which contains an ID card, $500 in cash as well as a precious family photo. The wallet, a birthday gift from my father, definitely means a lot to me. If you find any clue, please contact me by email at Lihua@gmail.com.
I would really appreciate your timely help.
Learning that you are going back to your country, I’m writing to express my heartfelt thanks to you for your generous help with my English learning.
I’ll never forget the time and energy you devoted to improving my speaking and writing skills. Besides, when I was confronted with problems, you always spared no effort to help me out, inspiring me to struggle for a better future. Without your help, I would have abandoned myself.
Thanks again and wish you a pleasant journey home.
Knowing that you have a great passion for Chinese culture, I’m writing to invite you to participate in the Chinese Speaking Competition organized by our school.
Scheduled to be held on January 20 in the school’s lecture hall, the competition focuses on the theme of “first impression of China”. Undoubtedly, your fluent Chinese, excellent speaking skills, and especially profound knowledge of China will never fail to impress the audience. So, if you’re interested, please sign up on the school’s website before January 15.
Looking forward to your wonderful presentation.