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    Default In reply to Susie Smith

    May I suggest you that link regarding your question :wink:
    Well, that won't hit it completely but it will also help.


    http://www.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/errors.html


    Ulli

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    Default Re: In reply to Susie Smith

    Quote Originally Posted by Ulli
    May I suggest you that link regarding your question :wink:
    Well, that won't hit it completely but it will also help.


    http://www.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/errors.html


    Ulli
    That's a good site. I think it applies to NES as well.

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    Default Re: In reply to Susie Smith

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
    Quote Originally Posted by Ulli
    May I suggest you that link regarding your question :wink:
    Well, that won't hit it completely but it will also help.


    http://www.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/errors.html


    Ulli
    That's a good site. I think it applies to NES as well.

    Could you help me with the Arconoym "NES"? THX :wink:

    Ulli

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    Default Re: In reply to Susie Smith

    Quote Originally Posted by Ulli
    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
    Quote Originally Posted by Ulli
    May I suggest you that link regarding your question :wink:
    Well, that won't hit it completely but it will also help.


    http://www.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/errors.html


    Ulli
    That's a good site. I think it applies to NES as well.

    Could you help me with the Arconoym "NES"? THX :wink:

    Ulli
    Yes. Excellent link. Thank you. :D

    NES: Native English Speaker(s)

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    Default Re: In reply to Susie Smith

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    Quote Originally Posted by Ulli
    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
    Quote Originally Posted by Ulli
    May I suggest you that link regarding your question :wink:
    Well, that won't hit it completely but it will also help.


    http://www.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/errors.html


    Ulli
    That's a good site. I think it applies to NES as well.

    Could you help me with the Arconoym "NES"? THX :wink:

    Ulli
    Yes. Excellent link. Thank you. :D

    NES: Native English Speaker(s)
    You're welcome :wink: Is NES a dictonary

    Ulli :wink:

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    Default Re: In reply to Susie Smith

    Quote Originally Posted by Ulli
    You're welcome :wink: Is NES a dictonary

    Ulli :wink:
    No. NES is an acroynm which stands for Native English Speaker(s).

    NES also stands for:

    National Energy Strategy
    Not Elsewhere Specified
    National Employment Service

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    Default Re: In reply to Susie Smith

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    Quote Originally Posted by Ulli
    You're welcome :wink: Is NES a dictonary

    Ulli :wink:
    No. NES is an acroynm which stands for Native English Speaker(s).

    NES also stands for:

    National Energy Strategy
    Not Elsewhere Specified
    National Employment Service
    THX. Casiopea for the information, that's new for me :wink:

    Ulli

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    Um, try:
    • That's new to me.


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    Super, it has worked out

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    Default Re: what are the most common english error students tend to

    i guess the most common ones are

    verb tense
    subject and verb agreement
    and reference pronoun
    and comma mistakes

    what do you think

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