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    Question Please ...Chek these sentences>>

    Please correct these sentences>>


    I taught grade 1 or I have taught grade 1?

    I registered in the university to get my Master.

    Iím Taleen who called me yesterday for a job.

    Iím on my way to come to the school.

    At what time do you want me to come?

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    Re: Please ...Chek these sentences>>

    Quote Originally Posted by Taleen View Post
    Please correct these sentences>>


    I taught grade 1 or I have taught grade 1? Are you still teaching or is there a chance you'll teach this grade again? (In the US, we'd say "first grade" - every country does this part a bit differently.)

    I registered in the university to get my Master. I am pursuing my master's degree in [subject] at [name of university.]

    I’m Taleen who called me yesterday for a job. Who called who? You didn't call yourself. Perhaps you mean something like this: My name is Taleen Smith, and I called yesterday regarding a tutoring position."

    I’m on my way to come to the school. I'm on my way to school.

    At what time do you want me to come? What time is convenient for you for me to come to your office?
    More details would help.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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    Re: Please ...Chek these sentences>>

    What time is convenient for you for me to come to your office?
    Is "for me" a mistake?
    Last edited by anhnha; 05-Sep-2012 at 16:01.

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    Re: Please ...Chek these sentences>>

    Barb_D is probably writing from her cell phone again!
    Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.

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    Re: Please ...Chek these sentences>>

    Does it change if i still teaching ..By the way I'm not stil teaching ...so what I have to say now? and what the differences?

    Is it wrong if I say I want to complete my study so I registered in master Program at ( university)

    If I saw someone who called me the day before to come for interview... What I have to say to introduce myself??


    Thanks Barb_D ....And sorry for bothering you .. I'm try my best to improve my English so I need your help

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    Re: Please ...Chek these sentences>>

    Convenient for you [for me to come] - it wasn't a mistake, but as I reread it, it is awkward.

    I taught - past.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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