Mary: I have a little trouble, and I don't know how to deal with it.
Jack: What's the matter? Please tell me. Maybe I can help you.
Mary: Tom wants me to write a recommendation letter for him, but I don't know how to write it.
Jack: Don't worry. I know about this
Mary: Really? Tell me without delay
Jack: First you should have a salutation, which can be the company's or a person's name.
Mary: Well, I see.
Jack: Then you can write about his performance in college, including his academic achievements and his competence.
Mary: It's easy to write those.
Jack: You can also state his personality traits, hobbies and relationships with schoolmates and so on.
Mary: Tom got along very well with classmates. He is really a good boy.
Jack: You can write all his strengths in the recommendation letter.
Mary: What should I write except these?
Jack: You should also state that you are his class president, so you are qualified to write this recommendation letter
Mary: OK, I will remember.