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20/02/07
Dear aunt Annette
Thanks for your letter . It made me happy , honestly! I'm sorry I didn't write to you sooner, but i am
very busy.'d like very much to see you!
How do you do? I hope that you and Uncle Jon are well. Are you? Where do you think to move?
I'm going well. In school i have good marks. I like biology and maths very! English is interesting science i think. I don't know yet, what exams i take, but if i know , then i
will write you.
I don't have summer plans yet, but i
want go to the trip. It no matter , where. I'd like very much to see
you! Maybe I will visited you.
Well, i will finish now. I hope that
we will see you soon!
I look forward to you letter.
Say hello to Uncle Joe from me.
Take care!
Love
Ulla
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gerdaaa- profiilipilt
gerdaaa-: Väga hästi tehtud. Kiitused !
18:22 28-09-2011
aneelia profiilipilt
aneelia: täitsa ok .

14:27 11-11-2009
minaolensee profiilipilt
Liisi R.: väga viis ;D;D
15:39 28-01-2010



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