You are working in a school. Write a letter to the Principal to recommend your friend for the position of sports teacher in your school. In your letter – say how long you have known him/her – describe his/her qualifications – explain why you think he/she would be suitable for the job.

Dear Principal, I am writing
this
letter with regards to the open position of
sports
teacher .
Hence
, I would like to recommend one of my childhood friends who knows me since my school days.
In addition
, we both did our schooling and graduated from the same institutions. He has completed his master's degree in a reputed university in the United States of America and secured a gold medal in physical
sports
presentations.
Furthermore
, he
also
contributed his knowledge and extended support to the national-level
sports
committee and selections as well.
Therefore
, I strongly believe that
,
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he is the best in
sports
activities despite his academic top records.
Furthermore
, he has done phenomenal participation in all the games and
this
would be an immaculate asset to our school and students as well.
However
, Undoubtedly, the profound experience that he is having would be priceless in the market. I look forward to hearing an update on
this
letter and I hope it will come soon. Yours faithfully, Lakshmi.
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