Sending you warm greetings. I got your letter and I'm happy to know that everyone is doing well. I heard from a friend that you're not reading newspapers, and I wanted to talk about that.
You're in twelfth grade now, and the world we live in is full of science and technology. It's important to keep up with what's happening, both in our country and around the world. If we don't know about these things, we won't be prepared to face the challenges of the world.
So, my suggestion is to read newspapers every day. They'll help you learn about new inventions, how the economy is doing, and what's going on in politics. This kind of knowledge is really important. It will help you fit in with others and have better conversations.
Newspapers also have articles about culture, literature, sports, and other interesting topics. Reading them will help you see the world from different perspectives, open your mind to new ideas, and make your thoughts richer.
So, make it a habit to read newspapers regularly. I'm doing well, and your other friends are too. Please send my regards to your mom and dad, and give my love to Sumi.
Take care, and looking forward to hearing from you.