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    Is fear a movating factor or a stumbling stone

    Respected Sir,

    I am very pleased to say that I AM VERY VERY SORRY if you{teachers} think that i am misbehaved with you.

    Please accept my sorry, I shall be very thankful to you.


    Faithfully Yours
    Fahad Saeed.

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    #2

    Re: Is fear a movating factor or a stumbling stone

    Not at all- we don't do people's assignments, but we will help.


    • Join Date: Jan 2007
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    Re: Is fear a movating factor or a stumbling stone

    Quote Originally Posted by fahadsaeed View Post
    Respected Sir,

    I am very pleased to say that I AM VERY VERY SORRY if you{teachers} think that i am misbehaved with you.

    Please accept my sorry, I shall be very thankful to you.
    Faithfully Yours Fahad Saeed.
    Hi, fahadsaeed,

    What is your question? Are you trying to ask:

    Is fear a motivating factor or a stumbling stone?

    Imho, it depends.

    Persoally, I prefer people with awe or fear to spoiled brats.
    Yet, in terms of learning a different tongue, fear and awe sometimes sbstructs a student from effective and efficient aquiring, especially in speaking.

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