domingo

Rules and Regulations in Mexico



       In my country there are some basic rules and regulations for a better living but unfortunately almost all the people don´t follow the rules for example if they are driving over the speed limit and one traffic police stop them and try to put a ticket they try to give bribery and that is fault from the people to do it and the police to accept it; But this isn´t all, sometimes when we are walking we throw the garbage in the floor, we don´t put in the trash because we don´t have the culture, we can think that it´s a little thing but for something we start to broke the rules and after we can´t complain, I know than is hard to do the right thing, sometimes I save the garbage in bag and the people look me ugly like if I were a weird person.

       We have to stop to break the rules, we to do it for a better country.

       What do you think???

lunes

Work

 XYZ
87 Delaware Road
Hatfield, CA 08065
(341) 555-5555
fabiola_camacho@gmail.com


November 24th, 2011


Dear Samuel J. Palmisano


        I am writing to apply for scholarship holder in programming. As requested every year by the company.


      The opportunity presented in this listing is very interesting, and I believe that my strong knowledge and my persistence to solve problems as well my hard work will make me very competitive candidate for this position. The key strengths that I posses for success in this position include:

  • ·         I've had success as one of the best of my generation designed and developed software.
  • ·         I strive for continued excellence.
  • ·         My language mother is Spanish but I am learning English.

       I am doing a certification in Microsoft´s designed software and diplomat in companies for the best than can be my work. I can adapt to any type of work required.


       I can reached anytime via email at fabiola_camacho@gmail.com or my cell phone, (341) 555-5555.


       Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to speaking with you about this employment opportunity.



Sincerely,


Fabiola Beatriz Camacho