writing a friendly letter to yourself about yourself
do you use the personal pronoun "you" OR "I"
You are very proud of what you have accomplished this semester.
This is a style preference and probably depends on why you are writing a letter to yourself. You can write in the first, second, or third person. If this is for a school assignment, your instructor may have indicated which type of narrative you should write. If not, then you can pick whichever way you feel works best for your writing.
I am very proud of my accomplishments.
You should be very proud of your accomplishments.
Denice was very proud of her accomplishments.
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