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  1. Unregis
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    Hi there,

    I read an ad about a native speaker offering tutoring service. Below is the conversation, can you proofread it? I want to make it more natural.

    A: Good morning. Excuse me, have you posted an ad in a newspaper offering tutoring service?
    B: Yes, I did.
    A: I am looking for a teacher of English teaching me grammar and conversation. I want to know how much you charge per hour and the place for tutoring.


    Thanks
    pete


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    Re: question

    A: Good morning. Excuse me, have you posted an ad in a newspaper offering tutoring service?
    B: Yes, I did.
    A: I am looking for a teacher of English teaching me grammar and conversation. I want to know how much you charge per hour and the place for tutoring.

    A: Good morning. I'd like to enquire: are you the person who posted an ad in a newspaper offering tutoring in English?
    B: Yes, that's me
    A: I am looking for help with my English grammar and conversation. Could you tell me, how much do you charge per hour?
    B: (tells you)
    A: Right. And is this in your home or do you visit?

    Some other poster will give you their style of making such a call. This is just one example.

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