- For Teachers
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?
Is "for me" a mistake?What time is convenient for you for me to come to your office?
Last edited by anhnha; 05-Sep-2012 at 16:01.
Barb_D is probably writing from her cell phone again!
Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.
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
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.