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    capital or small?

    Hello,
    Working as an English teacher in .........

    English or english

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    Smile Re: capital or small?

    Quote Originally Posted by sash2008 View Post
    Hello,
    Working as an English teacher in .........

    English always use this one or english never use this one

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    #3

    Re: capital or small?

    Just to make sure it's clear.

    It's always: English, French, German, Haitian, Indian, Japanese and never: *english, *french, *german, *haitian, *indian, *japanese.

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    Re: capital or small?

    Thank you engee30 and birdeen's call
    ok
    what about this: working in ....school.
    Is the preposition correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sash2008 View Post
    Thank you engee30 and birdeen's call
    ok
    what about this: working in ....school.
    Is the preposition correct?
    ♥♦♣♠ NOT A TEACHER ♥♦♣♠
    Yes, it looks fine to me. You can also use at in place of in.

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    Re: capital or small?

    Quote Originally Posted by engee30 View Post
    ♥♦♣♠ NOT A TEACHER ♥♦♣♠
    Yes, it looks fine to me. You can also use at in place of in.
    so both are correct

    I am a graduate, faculty of education, department of English.
    My job is to be an English teacher.
    I didn't practise the language a year ago
    so be patient of me and help me to get high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sash2008 View Post
    so both are correct
    That's true.

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    Re: capital or small?

    Quote Originally Posted by sash2008 View Post
    so both are correct

    I am a graduate, faculty of education, department of English.
    My job is to be an English teacher.
    I didn't practise the language a year ago
    so be patient of me and help me to get high.
    Ooh
    I misunderstood when you said "not a teacher"
    I thought you mean me
    I would change it to a student or learner. I felt frustrated.
    sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by sash2008 View Post
    Ooh
    I misunderstood when you said "not a teacher"
    I thought you mean me
    I would change it to a student or learner. I felt frustrated.
    sorry
    No worries, sash2008, you're not the only one to have misunderstood something on this forum.

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    #10

    Re: capital or small?

    . . .and help me to get high.
    You need to rephrase this, sash.

    '...to get high' means to become euphoric on drugs.

    Rover

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