Dear Leni; I watched a TV program on Vietnam the other day. It was very interesting and enticing,
Dear Leni; I watched a TV program on Vietnam the other day. It was very interesting and enticing, I couldn´t help but think of you, and your endeavor into that Country. Nonetheless, I wish you yet another undoubtedly very interesting adventure into the history of mankind. Looking forward to your experiences! Best regards, Lew
It always helps to ask an actual question. Otherwise, we are left guessing about what you wanted to know. In this case, it appears the answer is 42.
That said, you have capitalized a word that is not a proper noun. You have incorrectly added a comma between two parts of a compound predicate. You have a sentence fragment that can be converted into a proper imperative sentence by adding a verb.
I will let you guess which sentences I am talking about. (Sorry, but turnabout is fair play.)
(You can always repost with specific questions.)
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