Happy to help you with English :)

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bigcity

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Hi everyone.

I am new to this forum and thought I'd take the opportunity to introduce myself over here.

I'm from Canada and I take pleasure in helping students with their English. It comes naturally to me and I'm happy to share my know-how!

Looking forward to chatting with you all!

:-D
 

david11

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Welcome to the forum, bigcity.

We, students, are very glad to have a new teacher.:)
 

david11

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You didn't need any commas in that statement, david11 (I've removed them above).

Oh! Thank you, emsr. I didn't know that.

I have seen it using in that way. For example, I have seen the below structure very often.

I, the principle, hereby declare that......
 

5jj

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OI have seen it us[STRIKE]ing[/STRIKE]es in that way. For example, I have seen the below structure very often.

I, the principle, hereby declare that......

I, the principal, hereby declare ... is fine
We, the students, are very glad to have ... is fine
We students are very glad to have ... is fine.
We, students, are very glad to have ... is normally unacceptable.
 

Gillnetter

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Hi everyone.

I am new to this forum and thought I'd take the opportunity to introduce myself over here.

I'm from Canada and I take pleasure in helping students with their English. It comes naturally to me and I'm happy to share my know-how!

Looking forward to chatting with you all!

:-D
Is your usage of "over here" common in Canada?
 
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