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I hope that you are doing well. I want to explain what led me to drop your
online class. As you remember when I came to class on Januuary 7, I was
ill, and I did not recover my voice until a week after my wedding. This made
the tumultuous weeks preceeding my wedding on the 18, a little more hectic.
I did not have the time to open my French book.
This letter is not meant to be an excuse. I wish to assure you that I hold
you in the utmost respect, and value your time as an educator. I am
grateful for the letter of reference that you wrote for me. I know that I
was admitted to the language school based on your recommendation. I am also
grateful to your friend Paschal Thompson for offering her time to tutor me.
I hope to remain in contact with you. I have a French conversation partner
with whom to practice my skills until my summer program begins. Hopefully
you will see improvement in my French speaking ability in future
Erica Johnson Maas, Your studentDear Madame Slaton,