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>>Two of the three errors are not a question of style. They are:
>>1: I am writing to appy for the positions of technical writer.
>>2: These skills has been gained . . .=20
>>3 (the questionable one): I have gained experience with working
>>cohesively with other employees. (An image of employees glued together
>>comes to mind - Scott Adams? Are you listening?)<<
This person cannot write and has no business, IMHO, applying for a
writing job of any sort! Don't waste you time pointing out the typos of
unqualified people. Instead, encourage people who look like good
candidates to keep in touch.