A Letter Dear Sergei,

How are you? I have received your letter of 10-th June for which I thank you very much. I am sorry I haven't written to you sooner, but I have had many things to do. You know it was a very hard year for me. I spent my time getting ready for my exams and I was doing well in many subjects. After passing the exams I was enroled into the University. The whole course of study is four years. My major subject is mathematics. It is my favourite and my hobby. I am good at it and do maths whenever I have a chance. I take many courses in this subject. I like to take part in mathematical competitions organized at our department and at the University. I think that mathematics is the language of science and plays an important part in many sciences. We are lucky to have a brilliant lecturer in mathematics this term. He has a talent to take a difficult subject and make it simple. You leave the lecture hall with a feeling that mathematics is the most interesting subject under the sun. Next term I'll do research in the field of computer engineering.

And how do you feel about maths? Please, write to me, I am especially interested in your life in students' hostel.


  1. Appeal denied for killer who sent taunting letter
  2. B) Comment on the letter above. Point out in what it differs from Judy's earlier letters (see the text). Explain the last line of this letter. Is Judy quite serious here?
  5. Choose the correct form of the words in capital letters to fill in the text and you will find out more information about types of legal professions in Russia.
  6. F. Choose phrasal verbs you have known to complete this letter.
  7. Fill in the gaps in the passage with words given below in brackets. The initial letter of the words is provided.
  8. G. Add one job to each letter below. Use the pictures to help you.
  9. Go over the letters (see Unit Five) and copy down the samples of the complimentary close.
  10. Here is an advertisement and two letters asking for information. Read the letters and fill in the chart.
  11. IV. E-mailers make use of symbols called smileys (or emoticons) which can be written using standard letters and signs.

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