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Do not WRITE these in your OET letter Do you know there are certain usages in OET Writing to avoid or be careful about? Read on to find what will make your OET letter, better. If you are in the habit of writing any of these in your OET letter, stop it right there. These are the ones which are probably keeping you away from that perfect A grade in your writing. Read on to find more about it. Avoid using the term ‘ a known case of yours ‘ The officials at OET do not recommend the usage,  Mrs. Maria Henry,  a known case of yours,  is being sent back into your care . Instead, what they recommend is to replace ‘known case of yours’ with ‘your patient’. For example,  Mrs. Maria Henry,  your patient , is being sent back into your care. Avoid using ‘ a known case of …… ‘ Some of you have this peculiar usage in your sentence,  Mr. Thomas  a known case of  hypertension for 15 years will be discharged today.  In such an instance where you are trying to say that this particular patient’s disease c