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Can someone check of this email is grammatically correct? Thank you.

How are things?

1) I’ve been on holiday in England and I’ve been attending an English summer course for two weeks.
2) I’ve met an interesting girl from London, Mary, at a party organized by the school. She’s absolutely gorgeous, but I still haven’t decided where to take her on a memorable date.
3) I’ve been thinking about inviting her for a pizza but I don’t know if this is the right decision. Actually, I’ve been texting her all week but she hasn’t replied. I would like to phone her but I’m not sure.
4) I fear she might turn my proposal down. Maybe she is not attracted by me either.What do you reckon?

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