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    Cv

    Hi, please I have to write a CV in English. I am confused between: - first name, last name AND -name, surname - citizenship OR nationality? I have to write tthe number of passport and when it expires, is it correct this way: - passport numer: 123456789 - expiry date: dd/mm/yyyy I'd really...
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    could you please correct my CV?

    Hi, I am updating my CV.... I don't know if it is correct: in my history emplyment I would like to say that I have been working as a recetpionist in the Internal Auditing of a Banking Group called Gruppo Bancario Capitalia. Is is correct? Receptionist at Gruppo Bancario Capitalia, at the...
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    as of

    thanks a lot!!! :-) I wrote the whole sentence, I'll write the previous one too: The more dedicated TA purists banded together in 1964 with Berne to form a research and professional accrediting body, the International Transactional Analysis Association, or ITAA. The organization is still active...
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    as of

    Hi, I've been reading an article and I found this sentence: "The organization is still active as of 2007" I've never heard "as of", does it mean "until, as far as"? thanks!
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    test positive for

    thank you all! :-D the article is referred to the latter you said!
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    test positive for

    Hi, I was reading an English article about throat cancer and I found this sentence: "those tumours that tested positive for the strain" I did not understand what those tumours do..... in other words? Could you please help me? thanks a lot! Daniela
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    stewart, stuart or what?

    Thank you very much, I really appreciate..... then the word I needed was STEWARD :-D
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    stewart, stuart or what?

    could you please tell me the masculine noun for "hostess"? In Italy we say stewart, but it is spelled in different forms, I'd like to know the correct one. Thank you very much!
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    cheers

    thank you very much :-)
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    cheers

    I am a bit confused on the meaning and usage of "cheers". Some English people told me "cheers" after I gave them information.... is it "thank you" or "bye"?? or maybe "thank you, bye"? Please correct every single mistake I make.... (I'm Italian). thanks.
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