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Invitation to a international country

Posted: Wed Dec 26, 2001 12:03 am
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Greetings from New York! I hope you are well and the sun shining on you! Your pretty smile caught my eye when I first saw your picture.
I am so happy that we are emailing and talking on the phone on weekends so we can get to know each other better. It’s funny that we are 12 hours difference apart!

I’ve never been to Kazakhstan but I have heard Almaty is very beautiful. I have some vacation time that I can use up at this present time. I would like to come and visited you during the Christmas Season and celebrate the New Year with you, Ting! Also, I like to see some other places of the picture you sent me. Hope you are a good dancer?

Here is a little about my background; I was born and raised in Birmingham, England and moved to America in 1989. My love is dance and romance in laughter!
I am employed at Blumberg Excelsior in Downtown, New York., in which is a family owned legal suppliers since 1887. My position is Assistant Products Manager in the Software Department, this will be my 3rd year at the company. I enclosed my business card (I am still waiting for a new card with my new title and correct company email address).
Well Ting, I am looking forward to meet you soon

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Invitation to a international country

Posted: Wed Dec 26, 2001 12:17 am
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It's almost an impossible task to rewrite a personal message of this kind. My only suggestion is that you re-read it carefully and eliminate the three or four careless mistakes you have made ("...looking forward to meet you...").

You would be surprised at how many basic errors most people make when they are typing (I don't exclude myself here either). It's always worth re-reading what you have just written in order to catch them before you send off your text. (Reading a printout is often more effective for doing this than reading the same text on the screen.)
Reply from Erik Kowal ( - England)

Invitation to a international country

Posted: Wed Dec 26, 2001 12:32 am
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