Re: “Please accept my apology / apologies”
I don't often correct posts by native speakers but I'm afraid I had to correct this one. The usage of "... teacher, however..." was not grammatical. I would also like to point out that I would not have used that combination of "apology" and "apologies" when referring to the same event. I would have said "I apologised to the teacher and to each of her students. My apology was not accepted by the teacher but it was accepted by the students".
Originally Posted by Islands
I was also interested to see that a UK-born British English speaker currently based in Australia used the American spelling (apologized) instead of the BrE "apologised".
Islands - please don't use ampersands on the site. It's important that the learners use full words unless, as in some company names, an ampersand is required.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.