Monday, May 23, 2011

100 reasons to snail mail #6

WRITING SKILLS

When you write a letter, you need to describe your little world to a friend who can’t see it him/herself. You need to choose the right words to write about yourself, your life, your surroundings, thoughts and memories. Letters come and go all the time, so it’s a constant “task”. Therefore, you constantly exercise and strengthen your writing skills! Not only the way to describe things, but also the right structure of the sentences, the right spelling of the words, the speed of writing. Have you ever thought that a common person’s hand would hurt veeery quickly because it’s been too long time since they actually held a pen in their hand?;) It might turn out a very useful skill some day:) You also might have less problems with writing school essay, a story or a letter on a language test!;) You write about different issues all the time so when the need comes, you shouldn’t have troubles with gathering your thoughts. 


Sooo, what are you waiting for?
Grab a pen and write a letter!

If you're into penpalling and want to share your experiences in your blog according today's reason, please link back here and make a comment that you made an entry :)

3 comments:

  1. oh goodness... I've know idea yet what I'll write about this theme but I love your view of it :)

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  2. I never have a problem with writing a letter although I do mine on the computer as my handwritting is atrocious the same as my spelling but I have found that my spelling as improved since leaving school. I also have a dictionary at hand when I write my letters.

    My letters a nice and long with lots of photos in them.

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  3. I really enjoy writing letters and that's the reason why I enjoy English Language in class (as it's the only foreign language we learn).
    Anyway, I've tagged you. Hope you don't mind and do check it out :)

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