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Would it be appropiate to say foundly yours at the end of a letter to a teacher?

Would it be appropiate to say foundly yours at the end of a letter to a teacher? Topic: How to write a letter for thank you teachers
July 21, 2019 / By Demetria
Question: `im writing a letter to a former teacher i like to go see sometimes on fridays and today she said i could never forget her so i want to make her a card sayin thanks for the past years
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Calantha Calantha | 9 days ago
No, it's not appropriate for two reasons: 1) It's a little too familiar, and, 2) "foundly" is not a word, so your teacher will be very dismayed to see how very little she was able to actually teach you! In fact, the rest of your question, above, is riddled with spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors, too, so, although you may be quite fond of your teacher, frankly, she didn't actually teach you very much at all!
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Calantha Originally Answered: I just wrote a letter to my principal about waht a bad teacher my math teacher is, what should i do now?
Just wait and see what happens. You did OK. Don't be scared, as long as you didn't use any bad language. If you feel nervous about it tomorrow, go into your principal's office, ask to see him (or her), and explain why you did it. it's a free country. People are allowed to voice their concerns.
Calantha Originally Answered: I just wrote a letter to my principal about waht a bad teacher my math teacher is, what should i do now?
NO........First, if you have an issue with your teacher then you need to bring it to their attention first and go to the principal if you do not get any results. That is how you problem solve this type of issue. Second, they do not need to give you extra credit and if over half the class fails a test on a day that they are not there then they should give the test again. You really need to talk with your teacher about your concerns first and not make trouble by talking about it among your friends and other classmates. You get much better results by going to the source of your problem.

Alvena Alvena
No it wouldn't "Foundly" is not a word. I would imagine you mean "fondly", but even that is a bit over the top for a teacher. How about, "With warm regards,"
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Vere Vere
i think you mean fondly and no i don't think it's appropriate. it should be ok, but it insinuates things that are not. it sounds like you like this teacher more than a friend if you use the word fond. personally i would just sign it with my name, nothing else. it makes it less formal and mroe friendly that way. but you could say with warm regards, with kindest regards, yours truly or sincerely if you want to have something there but i think with a thank you letter it's ok to just sign it, Lady of the Lake.
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Vere Originally Answered: Which teacher should i ask for a letter of rec?
You could always have both of them write letters. I don't know of a college that would punish your acceptance chances if you added another letter of recommendation. However, it really shouldn't matter too much which of the two you decide on. I'd pick the AP bio teacher if you had just because it was in your junior year, and she was for a higher level class.

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