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Writeacher, I left out these sentences on the same topics. I included various possibities. Thank you.



1) Sorry, I’ve been out of touch. (Sorry, I haven’t been in touch is the same? How are things with you? Any good news?
I’ve been busy with my mum recently since she was operated on her vocal cords last month.I’m really glad she has recovered from it now.
2) I’ve had a lot of school work (homework?) to catch up with since I was absent from school for a week.
3) I’ve just bought a new scooter. I got it on Friday. I’ve never had one in my life and it has really changed my life for the better. I bought it at a (what do you call a shop that sells motorbikes?) on the Main Street. I’m really pleased with it.
4) What have you been up to?
5) I think it all my news. I can’t wait to hear your news/I’m looking forward to hearing your news/from you (How else can I end an informal letter?)


I need to know how you would reply to A.
1) It’s good to see you. Yes, you too.
2) I’ve never spent more time in chat rooms or on game sites than (offline) with my friends.
Neither have I/ Really, but I have./ Me neither, really.

  • English -

    See your other post for the first sentences.


    1) It’s good to see you.
    Yes, you, too.

    2) I’ve never spent more time in chat rooms or on game sites than in person with my friends.
    Neither have I/ Really, but I have./ Me neither, really.

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