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  • Writer's pictureТимофей Милорадович

Letter on Face-to-Face

Dear G.,

I hope you are in a great spirits. As you suggested me face-to-face meeting and asked how I find this idea, I wanted to share my thoughts on the statement that communicating with people in person is better than communicating through telephone, letters, or email.

After giving your suggestion a lot of thought, I have to say that I agree with it. There is something to be said for the power of face-to-face communication. When we are able to see someone's facial expressions, body language, and hear their tone of voice, we are able to pick up on cues that we may not otherwise pick up on through other forms of communication. This can lead to better understanding, stronger relationships, and a more efficient resolution of any problems or issues that may arise.

That being said, I do recognize that there are times when communicating through telephone, letters, or email is necessary or more convenient. For example, if someone is located far away, or if a quick response is needed, these forms of communication can be incredibly useful.

In the end, I believe that face-to-face communication is generally the best form of communication, but I also recognize the importance and value of other forms of communication in different situations.

Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to your thoughts on where we could meet.

Best regards,



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