There is an error in an English magazine that you feel must be corrected. Write a letter of about 100 words to the editor to point out the mistake， suggest correction， and express your interests in the magazine.
You should write neatly on the ANSWER SHEET.
Do not sign your own name at the end of the letter. Use “Li Ming” instead.
You do not need to write the address.
I have been a devoted reader of your magazine Around the World ever since a friend recommended it to me three years ago.
I enjoy reading particularly articles in your “Foreign Culture” series， which are both informative and entertaining. However， there is an error that I feel should not be ignored. In the article titled This Is Australia of the May 14th edition， the estimated economic cost caused by youth's crimes is quoted as“$ 4 million” when it actually should be $ 4 billion. It might be only a typographic mistake， but it could nonetheless the misleading， especially to the serious readers who have a particular interest in such a subject.
I hope you can check it as soon as possible.