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How can I persuade them that I need my Friends?

How can I persuade them that I need my Friends?

Theysay that I talking on my phone to my friends interrupts mystudying on weekdays evenings and that I don’t do myschoolwork by making these unnecessary phone calls. Howcan I persuade them that I need my friends and that they arewrong?Desperate Teenager

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Do you start an e-mail with ” dear ” or ” Hey “?

It’s an irrelevant word. If you’re sending a business e-mail you should begin “Dear…” – like a letter. You are presenting yourself. Politeness and etiquette are essential. We’re losing the art of letter writing. E-mails are becoming like texts – everyone is abbreviating.

When do you need to apologize to a special friend?

Thank you so much for always being by my side, no matter what. There may also be times when you need to apologize to a special friend. Don’t let another day go by after a disagreement or action that can drive a wedge between you and someone whose friendship you value.

Why do people have trouble making new friends?

1. You think making friends should “just happen.” Once we graduate from school, there’s not a lot of structures in place to help us along in making new friends. We have to be grown-ups and make those opportunities and structures for ourselves.

Who is the best person to ask for expert advice?

Here are some suggestions of who you can ask: NOTE: You want to be realistic about who you want to ask. If you want to learn computer programming, don’t email Bill Gates. He’s WAY too advanced. Email your buddy who’s been a programmer for years and can help you out.

When to start a letter with ” to whom it may concern “?

In that case, simply begin your email or letter with the first paragraph or with “Re: Topic You’re Writing About,” followed by the rest of the letter or message. When other options don’t work for your correspondence, it’s acceptable to start a letter with “To Whom It May Concern.”.