Writing a letter to my new teacher

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Writing a letter to my new teacher

Post by Sivak » Fri 08.07.2009 4:00 pm

Hey all. I took a placement test and successfully scored into the second year class, which I was pleased to have happen. The instructor sent me a confirmation today about it. I wanted to write him an e-mail in Japanese for a simple thank you. It isn't extensive, but I wanted to ensure accuracy. :)

こんにちは、はら先生。 (I don't know if he uses a special Kanji for his name. I plan to ask him, so I'm leaving this)



Hello, Hara-sensei
This is Jordan.

I had no trouble enrolling in 2140. I'm looking forward to it.


I hope I got it all right there. Any corrections appreciated. Thanks, folks. 8)

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Re: Writing a letter to my new teacher

Post by NileCat » Fri 08.07.2009 7:57 pm

> 入会は2140に面倒がありませんでした。

 or 2140への登録は、問題ありませんでした。

> クラスを楽しみにします。

 or 授業を楽しみにしています。
 or 先生のクラスで勉強するのを楽しみにしています。
 or 先生のクラスで教えて頂けるのを楽しみにしています。

> 敬具
> ジョルダン

 Strictly speaking, you shouldn't write 敬具 here. I personally think it's ok, though.
If you want to make it accurate according to the proper gramatical rules, you could just get rid of it.

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