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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)


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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1891 (permalink) Mon Sep 26, 2011 21:51 pm   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Thanks MR Torsten Daerr . the lesson was amazing.

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Thanks for your mail. this mail help's me a lot to improve my english #1892 (permalink) Wed Sep 28, 2011 11:48 am   Thanks for your mail. this mail help's me a lot to improve my english
 

Dear Torsten sir,

i am very happy to attend first lesson 1. i am from india.i want to improve my english.i don't get more word to express my feels. however i am very very thankfull to you.

i am waiting your next lesson and ready to read all your next lessons

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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1893 (permalink) Fri Sep 30, 2011 16:40 pm   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Dear Torsten,

Thank you so much for the notification.
i was busy excuse me dear i could read a few word pleas forgive me tanx for Everything
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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1894 (permalink) Sat Oct 01, 2011 10:12 am   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Dear Torsten
thank you for the first lesson.
now i know how to come to the lesson and use the forum, not much though.
Regards,
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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1895 (permalink) Sat Oct 01, 2011 10:22 am   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Dear Torsten
Thank you for the personal Pronouns. Now everytime i use these Pronouns i know they are called Personal Pronouns.
Cheers!
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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1896 (permalink) Sun Oct 02, 2011 0:42 am   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Dear Simang,

Many thanks for your positive response. Please keep in mind that the personal pronoun "I" is always capitalized.

Best regards,
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Re: Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1897 (permalink) Tue Oct 04, 2011 7:48 am   Re: Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Thank you very much for the first lesson, and I'm waiting for the second one.
I'm appreciated.
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Re: Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1898 (permalink) Thu Oct 13, 2011 8:52 am   Re: Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Dear Sir/ Mam,

I wanna my english with fluency. I wanna be a expert in english.
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Re: Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1899 (permalink) Thu Oct 13, 2011 20:42 pm   Re: Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

In that case, stop writing 'wanna' and use the correct form:

I want to use English fluently. I want to be an expert in English.
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Re: Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1900 (permalink) Sun Oct 23, 2011 22:26 pm   Re: Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Hi, Thank you for this emails.

I need some help for my essay, but it might be too bad to correct it. So nobody response it after I posted. Do you know any one can help me?
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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1901 (permalink) Mon Oct 24, 2011 11:42 am   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Thank you Mr torsten for your fisrt lesson,
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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1902 (permalink) Tue Oct 25, 2011 22:51 pm   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Mr. Torsten,
Thank you so much for the first lesson, I really appreciate it! I'm excited to read the next lesson..
Have a great day to you...
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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1903 (permalink) Sat Oct 29, 2011 5:17 am   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Hello Mr. Torsten,

I am very happy to attend your class via e-mail. I am from Sri Lanka. Thank you very much.

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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1904 (permalink) Sat Oct 29, 2011 5:43 am   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Dear Torsten,

I have learned Englisch many years ago in school. Your lessons will help me to fresh up my English skills. Thank you verry much.

Kind regards,
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thanks #1905 (permalink) Sun Nov 13, 2011 6:42 am   thanks
 

thank for your email. i want to go another country so i should take IELTS exam. please guide me i can correct my writings that i am writing? and i am from IRAN. thanks alot.
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