You letter came to me this morning.
I have received your letter of July the 20th.
I’m writing to you about the lecture to be given next Monday.
I’m writing to ask if you can come next week.
How time flies! It’s three months since I saw you last.
Thank you for your letter.
In reply to your letter about (the exhibition this year)…;
Let me tell you that…
Please remember me to your whole family.
Give my best regards (wishes) to your mother.
Wish you a pleasant journey.
Wish you success. Wish you the best of health. (luck)
Looking forward to your next visit to China.
Looking forward to the pleasure of meeting you.
Expecting to hear from you as soon as possible.
be in good shape; be in good (poor )health;
feel weak (well, terrible, sick); have got a high (slight ) fever;
have a slight (bad) cold; take one’s temperature;
have got a pain in …; be good (bad) for one’s health(eyes);
It’s nothing serious. stay in bed until…;
save one’s life
be pleased with …; be delighted in doing…;
take a pleasure in doing; be worried about;
feel surprised at …
be sorry for …; be angry with sb for sth;
be angry about …(为某事生气);
look forward to doing…; wish to do; expect to do;
long for (long to do); be sick for one’s home;
have a strong desire to do …;
take a message for sb; send a message to sb;
hear from sb; talk about/of sth; tell sb to do sth;
get information about…;
express one’s idea (feelings) in English;
Write sb a letter saying…; apologize to sb for …;
thank you for …; make a speech t at the meeting;
explain sth to s; look upon sb as …; think sb to be …;
take sb’s side
have the habit of doing…; have no trouble doing;
make up one’s mind to do;
prepare sb for …; give up doing…; do sth as usual;
do what he wants us to do; set about doing;
try one’s best to do…=go all out to do;
get into trouble; help sb out; do one’s bit for New China;
wait for sb to do; find a way to do; make friends with sb;
show (tell) sb. how to do…; take (send) sb to …;
I’m trying to find…;
I’m afraid we are out of …;
pass the time doing; feel a little excited about doing…;
can’t help doing…; do some good deeds to people;
be prepared for more hard work;
Some are doing A, others are doing B, and still others are doing C.