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    #1

    thanks and gratitude

    I thank every one in this forum whom I take his precious time to answer my questions. But you have to know that we are all grateful and will never forget your kindness and helpfulness. We are far away from the the land from which englsh language emerged and where it is now developIng , so your answers are very important for any one who wants to learn about the secrets of the languge. I hope you will always remain patient with us because we are like a toddling child who stumbles alot and needsa grown pto to take his hand to stand up again.

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    Re: thanks and gratitude

    You're very welcome.


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    #3

    Re: thanks and gratitude

    Everybody when learning a new language, even his or her native language, stumbles a lot. I think that with dedication, persistance and hard work students can master their target language.

    So keep up your good work!

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    Re: thanks and gratitude

    I agree; I'm learning Khmer as I am living in Cambodia and am at the jabbering away with many mistakes and not that much vocabulary stage, but I do think I'll get there in the end.


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    #5

    Smile Re: thanks and gratitude

    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    I agree; I'm learning Khmer as I am living in Cambodia.
    Cambodia! I am just curious, are you an English teacher there? How is it over there?
    thanks and good luck with your khmer.

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