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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4236: Linking words
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    Dear Mum and Dad
    You must be wondering why you haven't heard from me over the last couple of weeks.
    , it is I've been trying to collect my thoughts find the right words to tell you what has happened. , I don't want anyone to feel hurt any decision I might make.
    I know I promised when I took the job here that it would be for a maximum of two years and I would return home and run the family business. Believe me, that was what I genuinely planned to do. , two things have happened to make me want to change those plans - have I been offered a permanent contract, I have fallen in love - with Neil, a colleague in the same department - I've mentioned him often in letters. , we would like to get married out here quite soon. I do hope you both aren't too shocked and disappointed by all of this. , hasn't Paul always shown more flair for business than me? might it not be the best solution that my baby brother run the family firm? , I think he'd do it very well.
    Please write soon. I can't feel truly and completely happy about it all until I hear your reactions.
    All my love

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