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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)


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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1921 (permalink) Mon Apr 23, 2012 8:14 am   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Dear Mr.Torsten,
Thank you so much for you first lesson.I find your lessons very helpful.I'm going to take the test right away.
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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1922 (permalink) Thu May 10, 2012 13:52 pm   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Unit 1 personal pronouns:

I
you
He, She, it
we
you
they

Singular personal pronouns: I, you, He, She, it.

Plural personal pronouns: we, you, they.

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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1923 (permalink) Tue May 22, 2012 10:57 am   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Hello Mr Torsten,

Thanks so much for giving this lesson. I understand clearly.
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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1924 (permalink) Sat May 26, 2012 10:36 am   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

dear torsten
I really like your froum.that's the best for learning english.
thank you very much
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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1925 (permalink) Wed May 30, 2012 3:07 am   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Good evening Mr Torsten,
Thank you for your message. I'm happy to repeat grammar again. Two years ago I studied English very hard. Now , as I told before I have a baby, so I need practise more and more because if you do not do regularly, you will forget a lot.
Thank you,
Have a wonderful night
Best wishes , Oksana
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Hi Torsten #1926 (permalink) Wed Jun 06, 2012 15:20 pm   Hi Torsten
 

Hi Torsten,

Thanks for your email. I haven't learnt English for a long time because in that time I studied another language in University. So I forgot much knowledge.
I'm glad to take part in your team.

Thank you so much,
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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1927 (permalink) Fri Jun 08, 2012 0:45 am   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Hello dear Torsten .
I hope that you and all your team are doing well.
I really enjoyed your first English lesson.It helped me a lot.
Thank you so much for your help.Iam deeply sorry. it is too late to say thank you.
Beacuse I didn't know how to use the forums. I hope you will accept my apology.

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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1928 (permalink) Thu Jun 14, 2012 15:44 pm   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Dear Torsten,
Thanks for first lesson. Great to know you

Thanks
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First Lesson #1929 (permalink) Thu Jun 14, 2012 15:45 pm   First Lesson
 

Dear Torsten,
Thanks for first lesson. Great to know you

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Re: Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1930 (permalink) Thu Jun 14, 2012 16:01 pm   Re: Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Please Kindly update me in daily lesson from the beggining I do raeally need helps to improve my English well.
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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1931 (permalink) Thu Jun 14, 2012 16:15 pm   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Dear Torten,

Thanks you very much for giving me a lesson to improve more my English but regarding to my concern about tagalog translating to english I hope there will be another solution for it. Thanks a lot..

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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1932 (permalink) Sat Jun 23, 2012 15:54 pm   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

thank you very much Mr.Torsten for this lesson
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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1933 (permalink) Sun Jun 24, 2012 19:30 pm   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Dear Torsten,
I am Saleha, I'm from Afghanistan and I'm living in Iran.
Thanks a lot for your useful lessons.
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Personal Pronouns (Unit 1) #1934 (permalink) Thu Jul 05, 2012 8:03 am   Personal Pronouns (Unit 1)
 

Thanks Mr. Torsten,
I am from INDIA. I have a reasonable knowledge of English but i want to improve my English so I am gonna start working hard on your lessons.
thanks for the helpful knowledge.
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Hi #1935 (permalink) Sat Jul 14, 2012 4:29 am   Hi
 

Dear toresten
Thanks for your reply and also for the lesson. Please my question is what is the defination of personal pronoun?
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