a letter to the author. Dear author.
Hi! I’m reading Detective Cha in Practical English Conversation class recently. I read one chapter for a week. Initially when I reading an English book, It looks difficult. But the book turned out better than I expected. For example, The name of a place was familiar. so content was easy to follow. Before reading this book, I have a prejudice against an English book. But this book gave me some confidence. When I studied for High School, I was in a similar contents. But this is no match for that. ‘While you read chapter’ and ‘Before you read chapter’ is a great help. Especially, A matter of English words is very helpful.
I think Detective Cha and Sergeant Park are perfect combination. They investigating a murder case. They checking each other’s work. Also they had sufficient consultations about their ideas. Kim Won-Chul, TGI Thursday’s principal of business, was murdered by someone. They put their heads together to solve the problem. Sergeant Park gleaned information by conducting numerous interviews. I think she is happy, She has an active interest in What she does, and she was passionate about her work. Detective Cha put various information together. He always does his best for his responsibilities. Then they talked and narrowed the suspect. I also think that I’ll be motivated to do it when I see they else working hard too.
For about six weeks now. The story describes Kim Won-Chul’s death. Detective Cha and Sergeant Park and many people participated in investigation. Until now they looked ready to find the killer. soon they will catch the killer. I wonder who is the killer. When I began to read the book, which was very exciting. Next chapter will very exciting. I’m looking forward next week. See you in class.
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