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What is an appropriate way for an older gentleman to close a friendly letter to a young Spanish child?
It is difficult to answer in a specific way because all depends on the content of the letter or purpose and who the letter is address to , like a family member, friend and so on. But to answer that would be, " Tu amigo, ________ . Meaning " Your friend_______.
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sincerely is a good one
How about: Love and kisses ...
Damas y Caballeros.
No. You only capitalize the first letter of the first word in a closing. E.g, "Sincerely yours,"
Gentleman is cabellero in Spanish
It would obviously depend on the content of your letter and how you know to person. For a complaint or sugestion I would use To whomever it may concern, I you know their… name use To ms/mr ..........,
Give them something to eat or play a game with them or turn a movie on. There are a lot of ways you just need to find what fits you and your kids best.
What is this older movie that shows a young guy who cries on a little statue and it turns into a giant friendly monster then to kill it the bad guy uses salt water?
Sounds like Galgameth
Hidalgo - traditional Spanish nobility title for male person.
You could say "mejor amigo/a".
Who theorist suggested that the young child processes knowledge differently from older children and adults?
An appropriate way to rewrite a sentence for a business letter would be in a way that is clear and non offensive in any way. Business letters should not be too casual or p…ersonal, they should maintain a professional air.
Young gentleman. has written: 'The character of the beaux, in five parts ..' -- subject(s): Anecdotes, Dandies, Characters and characteristics, Jacobites 'The merry wives …of Douglas' 'Poems on divers subjects' 'Thoughts on publick prayer, and on modern infidelity. By a young gentleman' 'The happy marriage; or, the turn of fortune'