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  1. Little Kid
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    Question Take a side or something else?

    Hi respected teachers!
    I have a question.
    (1) What do you say to the teacher when she comes in between you and the whiteboard and you can't see the board? Is it " Teacher, Please take a side." or something else?
    (2) Where shall I find expressions ( instructions ) used by a teacher in the classroom? I desperately need them.
    Best regards!
    Little Kid


    • Join Date: Jul 2007
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    Re: Take a side or something else?

    Sorry, I can't see the board. Could you move a little?


    Classroom language can be found here - just follow the links on this page
    Classroom Language

  2. Dawood Usmani's Avatar
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      • Native Language:
      • Urdu
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      • Pakistan
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    • Join Date: Aug 2007
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    Question Re: Take a side or something else?

    Quote Originally Posted by Horsa View Post
    Sorry, I can't see the board. Could you move a little?


    Classroom language can be found here - just follow the links on this page
    Classroom Language
    How about:
    Excuse me; I'm afraid I can't see the board.

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