I’m Li Hua, one of your students in China. It’s almost a month since you left us. We all miss you and are very grateful for what you did for us.
We are busy as usual. We had an English speech contest the other day. I won the first prize! This again reminds me of all your kind help. Do you still remember the trees we planted together on the hill behind the school? Yesterday, we went there and watered them. The tree you planted yourself is growing well, and the whole class decided to name it Sue Wood. Will you come back to see it?
How is everything with you lately? We hope to know more about you and your American students. Hope to keep in close touch.
All the best.Yours, Li Hua
Dear Mrs. Wilson,
I’m glad to write to share with you my happiness of being admitted to college, which I have been dreaming of. Firstly, I’d like to express my gratitude for your excellent teaching and your care as well as love for me! Thank you for your encouraging words, which never fail to brighten my way ahead. It’s you who cheered me up. Never will I forget what you said– doors open to the very man with full confidence and instant action. Without your help, I could never have enjoyed such a joyful harvest. And I really appreciate your instruction.
I wish more and more of your students could go to their ideal colleges. Are you still too busy? How I miss you, my beloved teacher! Wish you all the best.
Yours sincerely,Li Hua