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To Whom It May Concern ,
I am very pleased to write a character reference for (name)
I have known (name) since (date).
I clearly remember the first time I met her. She was very friendly
towards everyone and that really gave me a good impression of her.
And even now I think she is a very joyful and lovely person, who cares for others as much as for herself .
During these two and a half months I have known (name), she has always been very hard - working and
extremely passionate about everything she does. She is strong -willed
and if she somehow doesn’t succeed in something, she tries again and again until she does. (name) is also very committed to her
education and very industrious. Her favourite subjects are math and
Estonian.
I would certainly recommend
(name) for any position where hard-working, passionate and
co-operative people are valued.
Sincerely,
(signature,
name)

Character reference-soovituskiri #1
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Kommentaarid (5)

Laural147 profiilipilt
Laural147: Ootasin natuke rohkem, sellist versiooni juba teadsin :)
07:40 03-02-2013
wickyboy252 profiilipilt
wickyboy252: Igati formaalne ja sobilik gümnaasiumi õppeprogrammi.
20:43 18-10-2009
TjuXa profiilipilt
TjuXa: See oli väga hea, aitas paljuski. Aitäh
19:23 22-10-2010



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