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����to whom it may concern,i am writing this letter to attest to pauls skills in language and public relations. in the four years i have known him, i have been consistently impressed with his ability not only to negotiate complex ideas in other languages, but also to relate these things in a personable, conscientious fashion. his manner in these cases is both professional and personal, two qualities which i find particularly valuable in a professional setting. he has personally helped me in professional negotiation for everything from train tickets to contract information, and i have always been able to count on him.

����i first met paul in school, where he was a student at the university at which i taught. he was well-known to most of the westerners in town, who could call from different universities to ask for his help. sometimes this help involved translation of professional documents, and sometimes it involved personal help in making phone calls. many of these westerners continue to call him today, even though they live quite far away from him, because they have come to trust him very much. from this foundation in public relations paul has found positions in various professional capacities and has been highly-valued in each place. he is generally the sort of employee a company finds most valuable in its dealings with both foreign and domestic clients. he puts people at their ease with his language ability and manner, both of which communicate to people that they can relax and simply communicate.i would highly recommend paul as an employee. his experience and manner are rare and very valuable.

����robert moore



����i am pleased to write this letter for my former student miss nan li,who graduated from this college with an ee in june li was admitted to the department of law of this college in 1974 through highly competitive entrance examination whi ch is conducted annually and is open to the whole in such aselective li made herself professor and dean of the college,i have access to her records of academic work and moral conduct,in her fourth year study,i instructed her in anglo-american laws on ihave known her quite li's performance,like that in many other courses she taken,was excellent with asuperior grade of 86 for the first semester,and 84 for the second semester.

����in our university and in other university here,80 is considered"a",the highest far as iknow,miss li wishes to continue her study in law for an advanced degree.i am sure she has had sufficient prerequisite knowledge for the subject and certainly has the ability to undertake the study.i recommend miss li without reservation and shall appreciate your favorable consideration of her application.


to whom it may concern:

����as the dean of stonewell college, i have had the pleasure of knowing hannah smith for the last four years. she has been a tremendous student and an asset to our school. i would like to take this opportunity to recommend hannah for your graduate program. i feel confident that she will continue to succeed in her studies. hannah is a dedicated student and thus far her grades have been exemplary. in class, she has proven to be a take-charge person who is able to successfully develop plans and implement them. hannah has also assisted us in our admissions office. she has successfully demonstrated leadership ability by counseling new and prospective students.

����her advice has been a great help to these students, many of whom have taken time to share their comments with me regarding her pleasant and encouraging attitude. it is for these reasons that i offer high recommendations for hannah without reservation. her drive and abilities will truly be an asset to your establishment. if you have any questions regarding this recommendation, please do not hesitate to contact me. sincerely, roger fleming dean of stonewell college ��


dear sir:

����it is my pleasure to recommend mr. fu-ping wang for his application to graduate studies in your school.

����mr. wang has been my research assistant of the national science councils project the united states and the united nations financial crisis: the role of u.s. congress since september 1997. his major responsibilities include information collecting, analyzing and translating. he is an enthusiastic and progressive young man with extremely high potentiality. mr. wang is not only quick at learning and good at solving difficult problems, but also with a logical mind that enables him to effectively analyze difficulties. all the work handed to him was completed satisfactorily. actually, he is so reliable that i assign him with heavy responsibilities. with his help, i have been able to spend more time in writing the research paper. i really consider myself very fortunate to have such a capable assistant.

����i am certain his diligence, coupled with a good competence and pleasant personality, will assure him of academic achievements in his future academic pursuits. i strongly recommend his admission without any reservation.

����sincerely yours,chung wei-kuo