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    #11

    Re: frequency words, expressions of time

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Um, what's L2 interference?

    :?
    Terms commonly used in Linguistics:

    L2 = Second Language
    L1 = First Language
    L3 = Third Language

    Someone once said, "If you speak three languages, you are trilingual, if you speak two languages, you are bilingual, and if you only speak English, you're American."

    Cas :D

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    Thanks.

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    Re: frequency words, expressions of time

    No, You didn't ask me to. :wink:

    Just as important, if I ever knew how to do that I have forgotten. :(

    Isn't that Tdol's job? :wink:

    Have you taken a look at them? You think they're pretty good, huh? :)

    :)

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    Re: frequency words, expressions of time

    Ron, have you put these in our links database for us yet?

    No, You didn't ask me to. :wink:

    Just as important, if I ever knew how to do that I have forgotten. :(

    Isn't that Tdol's job? :wink:

    Have you taken a look at them? You think they're pretty good, huh? :)
    Oops. Sorry. My mistake, don't mind me. (I've apparently walked into and interrupted a staff meeting), don't mind me, continue on, sorry, thanks, okay, bye. :D :D :D

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    #16

    Re: frequency words, expressions of time

    You didn't interrupt anything. :wink:

    The staff "meetings" take place in the Admin. folder, which regular members cannot see (I think).

    But you were just kidding anyhow, weren't you? :wink:

    :D

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    #17

    Re: frequency words, expressions of time

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    You didn't interrupt anything. :wink:
    But you were just kidding anyhow, weren't you? :wink:
    :D
    Kidding, moi? Not unless ya'll are under 3 feet. :D
    I was humaning :wink:

    Cas :D

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    #18

    Re: frequency words, expressions of time

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    No, You didn't ask me to. :wink:
    I was hinting that as and when you find good links like that, you could put them in the DB for us!

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Just as important, if I ever knew how to do that I have forgotten. :(
    1/ Go to http://www.usingenglish.com/links/index.html
    2/ Click on Add a Site
    3/ Fill out the link info.

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Isn't that Tdol's job? :wink:
    Um, it's anyone's job. :D

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    Have you taken a look at them? You think they're pretty good, huh? :)
    They're grrrrrreat!!!

    I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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    Re: Expressions of time, expressions of place

    I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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    #20

    Re: frequency words, expressions of time

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    Oops. Sorry. My mistake, don't mind me. (I've apparently walked into and interrupted a staff meeting), don't mind me, continue on, sorry, thanks, okay, bye. :D :D :D
    What Ron said! (I was just being cheeky)
    I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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