Sample thanks letter to friend for books you borrowed for test, exams, interview, project, general study etc.
Email to Friend Thanking for the Books He Lent to You
To my dearest friend
I am writing to you because I would like to thank you very much for lending me the books last week for my college project. I would like to inform you that I got the highest grade A* and I could not have got this without your books. So again thank you and if there is anything that I have and you would like to borrow or anything else that you need just give me a call I am always here to help. I’m much appreciating your being there for me.
Letter to Friend Thanking Him for the Books
To dear friend,
How are you? Hope you are doing well and enjoying your vacations. I won’t take your much time as you are busy with your family. I just wanted to thank you for giving me some of your precious books. I really needed them as I don’t have much money to buy them for me and have to complete the assignment too so a big thanks to you for such a great favor. I will return them to you as you will come back soon. Give salaam to everyone and enjoy your vacations.
Letter to Friend Thanking Him for Books
I hope you will be very fine. Actually I am writing this letter to say thanks to you for very informative books that you lent me last week. I studied those books and learnt a lot of things to live a successful life, especially from Think and Grow Rich. I learnt how to manage our emotions, how to transform our emotional energy into a targeted way, how to manage our Anger, Love and Affection.
And definitely, from Zara Nam Ho To, i learnt a lot of things about our history and about our District management group Services .In short all your books exerted a very positive and Informative effect on my life. These books are real asset for me and our youth must read this golden literature to live life according to our lovely traditions.
Thank you very much,
Your loyal friend,
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