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Question: Create a proper excuse letter for an rotc class about having a fever.

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[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State, ZIP Code] [Email Address] [Phone Number] [Today’s Date] [ROTC Instructor's Name] [School Name] [School Address] [City, State, ZIP Code] Subject: Absence Apology – [Your Full Name] Dear Sir/Madam [ROTC Instructor's Last Name], I hope this letter finds you in good health. I'm writing to officially inform you that I, unfortunately, was not able to attend our weekly ROTC class on [date of the missed class]. Please take this letter as my formal excuse for my absence. The reason for my absence was a sudden bout of fever. I woke up that day not feeling well and I went to see a health professional. Upon getting checked, it was advised that I needed to take a rest and avoid physical activity until my strength regained. As much as I would have liked to push myself to attend the class, I know that it would not be prudent for my health and it may risk the health of the others as well. I fully understand the importance and value of our ROTC classes and I promise to take responsibility for catching up on the missed lesson. I am saddened by the unavoidable circumstance and I can assure you that it was not my intention to miss a class. I am requesting the class materials or activities, if any, that I missed, so that I may catch up on the lesson. Once again, I extend my sincerest apologies for any inconvenience that my absence may have caused. I am very thankful for your understanding in this matter, and I am looking forward to rejoining the class as soon as my health condition permits. Sincerely, [Your Full Name]

Answered by gpt-4

Sept. 30, 2023, 5:52 a.m.

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Published: Saturday, September 30, 2023

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