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Take your time #1 (permalink) Wed Aug 06, 2008 14:37 pm   Take your time
 

What is the connection between a vomiting cat and the English tenses? Well, if you don't know then you should read Alan's latest newsletter which is called Take Your Time.

TOEIC listening, question-response: Aren't you supposed to be at the staff meeting?
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Take your time #2 (permalink) Wed Aug 06, 2008 14:44 pm   Take your time
 

Hi Torsten

Why don't you provide an easy link from the forum to the newsletter? (If there is one already, I can't find it. Sorry.)

Just a suggestion.
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If you feel my suggestion is not helpful for some reason, please feel free to simply delete this post.
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Take your time #3 (permalink) Wed Aug 06, 2008 17:25 pm   Take your time
 

Hi, Torsten

Where is the newsletter? I could not find it and apparently neither could Amy. We're dying of curiosity !
And I wholeheartedly support the idea about hot links to newsletter.
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Take your time #4 (permalink) Thu Aug 07, 2008 11:55 am   Take your time
 

Dear Alan,

Thanks for your ESL newsletters that you have sent for me.
Right now I'll spent my time learning English test lessons from english-test.net

best regards
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Take your time #5 (permalink) Thu Aug 07, 2008 12:00 pm   Take your time
 

Dear Alan,
thank you for you letter. I especially appreciated your associative explanations. I guess I can use them during my lessons. (However I don't know how to say on/at/other lessons instead of during?)
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Take your time #6 (permalink) Thu Aug 07, 2008 12:13 pm   Take your time
 

Hi Alan. Thanx for your lessons ...it is really helping to me .. you know Alan I am preparing for TOEFL exam in IBT... so if you can send any kind of preparation tests I would be happy.. anyway thanx man,,
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Take your time #7 (permalink) Thu Aug 07, 2008 12:13 pm   Take your time
 

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Thanks for inserting that link, Torsten. :D
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Take your time #8 (permalink) Thu Aug 07, 2008 12:19 pm   Take your time
 

Hello, Alan

Thank you very much for your newsletters. I like them very much. Your explanations are great and very helpful. Unfortunately, I can't give the answer about the cat and Eng. tenses, coz I'm at the working place and have not enought time. Looking forward for your next letter. Good luck!!! :shock:
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Take your time #9 (permalink) Thu Aug 07, 2008 12:20 pm   Take your time
 

thanks so much for your esl newsletter
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Take your time #10 (permalink) Thu Aug 07, 2008 14:21 pm   Take your time
 

Hello, Torsten!

Thanks for your help. I really appreciate it!
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Take your time #11 (permalink) Thu Aug 07, 2008 14:23 pm   Take your time
 

Hello Alan,

I like the nickname of present perfect, umbrella tense. I am going to use it for my students. :lol:

Many thanks for your newsletter!
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"take your time" #12 (permalink) Thu Aug 07, 2008 14:55 pm   "take your time"
 

very nice explained! Now I am taking my time to read your newsletter carefully. But I like it very much, congratulations.
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Take your time #13 (permalink) Thu Aug 07, 2008 15:43 pm   Take your time
 

Hello Alan,
Thank you for a very interesting and funny newsletter! I like it very much! And I'll be looking forward to receiving a new one!!!
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Take your time #14 (permalink) Thu Aug 07, 2008 15:46 pm   Take your time
 

Yours sincerely
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Take your time #15 (permalink) Thu Aug 07, 2008 16:22 pm   Take your time
 

Hello Alan.
Thank you very much for your message. I think all your messages help me very much to learn English.
Yours sincerely,
Thanh
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