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    2. Otherwise, very good! I will only make one more suggestion. "I went there on foot. I didn't invite any playmates to go there with me, and I didn't take any gifts with me either . "

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    2. Dear Sir or Madam, Thank you for contacting me. Unfortunately, I don't have any of the required documents yet. Yesterday I sent an email to Tianjin Polytechnic University requesting confirmation that I was taught in English during my bachelor's degree. I hope to receive this document in the next few days and will forward a copy to you on receipt. (They are requesting multiple documents, or just one? If it's a single document then you would write "I don't yet have the required document")

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    2. Most of it is perfect. I would just change "Tianjin will suffer from" to "Tianjin suffers from." Something that happens every year can be said in the present, and doesn't need the future. I'd also add "the" before "inconvenience." Finally, "for the environment" would be more usual than "to the environment." But overall, it's perfectly understandable, and your use of the perfect (has brought, has become) was, well, perfect. :-)

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    2. “Over my 4 years’ study at school..” should be “Over the four years I studied at school..” “I learned Japanese reading, writing and listening and speaking and some of advanced interpretation, which I believe are necessary for a qualified Japanese E-commerce specialist.” ” is better said as “I learned to read, write and communicate in Japanese, along with some skill in advanced interpretation; I believe these acquirements are indeed necessary for a qualified Japanese E-commerce specialist.” The “on top of that” is unnecessary. I think that point will be stronger if you started with “From what I understand” Interpersonal skills includes communication so it’d make more sense with interpersonal skills alone. To improve this part I’d write this as “..Japanese ability, interpersonal skills and well-organized work; all of which I have experience with, as I have stated on my resume.” You already stated you think you’re a good fit for this position so I recommend not saying it more than in your opening and concluding. You have a tendency to use “and” too many times. It’s best to use “and” only before the last word in a list or when joining two sentences into one. Rather than “finally, I know that the work environment in Amazon is fast-passed and continually evolving, and every Amazonian is passionate about ownership and delivering results for the company.” Id say “Finally, I’m aware of the fast-paced and continuously evolving work environment here, in Amazon. I also understand that every Amazonian is passionate about ownership and delivering results for the company and I know I can definitely play a big part in moving us forward.” I added an extra part so it can smoothly move to your conclusion and help it make more sense. It is very informal to conclude with “ so I really want to..” I suggest “In conclusion, I am hard working, motivated and I know I will be a great asset to Amazon. Thank you.” You made lots of great points and i hope you get this job!! Try and check on your spelling a bit on Japanese and such. I really hope this helps!!

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    2. On my way to* my dorm. Friends that* you saw at the* cafeteria in* the* afternoon. So are you heading back* to Beijing? Or are you staying* in Tianjin?

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