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Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns) #1 (permalink) Tue Sep 02, 2008 14:56 pm   Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns)
 

Hi,

How do you like the audio version of 7 Relative Pronouns?

Thank you for sharing your feedback.
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Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns) #2 (permalink) Thu Oct 16, 2008 17:20 pm   Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns)
 

Dear Torsten,

Though I knew about all the words in the recording (relative pronouns), I hardly understood the audio text. Maybe the recording is a little too fast for me, but I think it's my problem in audio understanding. :cry:

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made some remark or some remarks #3 (permalink) Sat Oct 18, 2008 14:42 pm   made some remark or some remarks
 

Dear Torsten,

Please be so kind and tell me if in the sentenece "My father, who was always making fun of Aunt Enid, made some remark to the .."

is it correct some remark instead of remarks or it is a mistake?
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Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns) #4 (permalink) Sat Oct 18, 2008 15:34 pm   Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns)
 

hi

the audio sounds very good for learners with stress where necessary. She has some accent but clear pronunciation.

It is very learning centered as in teaching/lecturing as opposed to authentic or emotive language.

Good for anyone who wants very deliberate learning through listening, good for lower level learners.
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Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns) #5 (permalink) Sat Oct 18, 2008 17:41 pm   Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns)
 

Hi Diana,

You could use either. You could also say 'comment' or 'comments'. In this construction: made some remark to the effect that ...I believe the singular is more common because it doesn't exactly refer to a group if remarks.

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Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns) #6 (permalink) Mon Dec 29, 2008 14:20 pm   Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns)
 

Thank you Alan and A Happy New Year!
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Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns) #7 (permalink) Fri Apr 10, 2009 20:56 pm   Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns)
 

hello , I have written some of words, might i send it for correction? many thanks
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Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns) #8 (permalink) Fri Apr 10, 2009 20:59 pm   Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns)
 

I LOVE THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE VERY MUCH AND I CAN NOT IMAGINE THE WORLD WITHOUT IT, I AM THANKFUL
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Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns) #9 (permalink) Fri Apr 10, 2009 21:05 pm   Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns)
 

Hello torsten, there are 150 prepositions in english language so can i get it ? many thanks
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Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns) #10 (permalink) Fri Apr 10, 2009 21:17 pm   Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns)
 

I was worry about the relative pronouns but now i am not. many thanks
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Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns) #11 (permalink) Wed Aug 19, 2009 14:31 pm   Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns)
 

Hi Torsten...
I really enjoyed the story as it is funny and rich with new phrases.But,when i listened to its audio;i realised that it was read too fast eventhough it is understandable.

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Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns) #12 (permalink) Sat Nov 21, 2009 15:14 pm   Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns)
 

Hello Alan,
A cheerful good evening to you. Please solve my query:

Sentence Relative
Compare:
"He showed me a photo that upset me."
"He tore up the photo, which upset me."

Let me know the difference please. I shall be very thankful to you.

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Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns) #13 (permalink) Sat Nov 21, 2009 15:20 pm   Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns)
 

Hello Alan,

I am trying hard to learn the proper uses of "Relative Pronouns", But I have got some questions. Please remove my confusion.
What
Compare:
"I gave her the money that she needed."
"I gave her what she wanted."
Please tell me the difference between the two. Thanks a lot Teacher.

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Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns) #14 (permalink) Sat Jan 16, 2010 16:48 pm   Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns)
 

Hi Toretsan
It is difficult for me to know the meanings of idioms, like in the text it says :from boo to goose: please can you tell me the meaning of this pharase.
Thanking you
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Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns) #15 (permalink) Sat May 01, 2010 21:44 pm   Feedback on audio recording (7 Relative Pronouns)
 

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