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    Hi teachers,

    Yesterday, I visited the school I told you about. It is just a small language school. I talked to their English teacher there. You're right, their English courses don't fit me anymore. They don't have any courses for advanced students like me,. She told me to try TSOL in a school she recommended, that is, if I aim for a certificate. She said that I may teach after taking the course. One funny thing is that she even asked me to send her my resume' if I would like to have a part-time job as an English tutor .

    What do you think of TSOL? She said that this school is linked to some Canadian institution.

    I'll furnish a resume to send to her email sooner. Wow! I'll be doing a hobby and a part-time job simultaneously.

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    Do it soon, and don't be late.
    I think you will do just great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee View Post
    Do it soon, and don't be late.
    I think you will do just great.
    You think so! I haven't got any experience in offline teaching yet. Though I teach online, where I honed my skills, I am a bit shaky about it. I love teaching but I don't know where to start when it comes to English.

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    And this started with you modestly saying that you didn't think you were a beginner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    And this started with you modestly saying that you didn't think you were a beginner.
    hmm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blouen View Post
    I'll furnish a resume to send to her email sooner.
    Remember that if the word ends in er that it is a comparative.
    soon --within a short time
    sooner --before someone (or somehing) else
    soonest --first
    ~R

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