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Who is calling? #16 (permalink) Mon Oct 25, 2010 16:39 pm   Who is calling?
 

Jolantaa wrote:
Hi, who can easily explain to me the words <chit chat>, thank you.

Hi Jolantaa,

'Chit chat' is conversation about unimportant things. The type of chat that you'd have with a friends when there is nothing particular you need to talk about.
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Who is calling? #17 (permalink) Mon Oct 25, 2010 19:14 pm   Who is calling?
 

Hi Jolantaa,

I chose 'chit chat' for this group of tests to give the idea of 'small talk' when people talk to each other almost when there is nothing much to say and often for the sake of making conversation.

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Who is calling? #18 (permalink) Tue Jan 04, 2011 11:12 am   Who is calling?
 

hi,torsten
I did lhe test I have 7,i think i'ts ok.

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Who is calling? #19 (permalink) Wed Jan 26, 2011 17:11 pm   Who is calling?
 

whatis the correct usage of could andmay
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Who is calling? #20 (permalink) Tue Feb 08, 2011 21:17 pm   Who is calling?
 

Hello. Thanks for the explanation of this topic to me. Greetings:) JOLA
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Who is calling? #21 (permalink) Thu Apr 28, 2011 16:38 pm   Who is calling?
 

Dear Torsten,
Hi.
Sorry ,i cant find the link you've said in your e-mail so i hope its okay to you if i post my message here.I don't have any phone in my work or any extension line,because I'm in production line.I use only computer and microscope.I only have is cell phone.
In my test I got only 9 correct in my test.The question no.7 and 8,I did not understand too much.In question no.7 "There must have been a____."I choose hit,so i got wrong.
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Who is calling? #22 (permalink) Fri May 27, 2011 20:10 pm   Who is calling?
 

i am parima. i have very problem to improve my language. when i want to speak english, i feel my mind is completely blank , idonot remember anything. iam very sad of this subject.i would like help me more more to can solve my problem.i like lessons you send me .please send more article. thanks
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Who is calling? #23 (permalink) Tue Jul 12, 2011 11:39 am   Who is calling?
 

I got 8 out of 10. Could you please explain what does the expression (walked out on me) means?

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Who is calling? #24 (permalink) Mon Aug 13, 2012 18:07 pm   Who is calling?
 

Dear Torsten,

In this test i got 7 correct answers. I want to know when, has been, had been and have been is used in the sentence, please help me in learning grammar.

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Who is calling? #25 (permalink) Thu Aug 23, 2012 16:07 pm   Who is calling?
 

Dear teachers,
You can explain the different between "call" and "talk"? And what does the number ' 6 3 4 9 5 ' mean?
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Who is calling? #26 (permalink) Wed Nov 07, 2012 20:14 pm   Who is calling?
 

Hi Torsten;

You asked me about my current situation.
What about you? Do you have your own extension at work?
As you know, I always want to hear about your current situation so I can help you
even better improve your English.

Currently I've big problems understanding the accent of people who are working with me.
English language used by the teacher is clear and understandable. Thank you for Alan's
essay 'Well, hello!' excellent practice fast accented English. Regulary visit the forum.
I'm happy with every new test from you.

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Who is calling? #27 (permalink) Sun May 19, 2013 14:28 pm   Who is calling?
 

Hello teachers.
I did the tests but i cant understand the meaning of the phrases i think it is difficult for begginer students like us,isn't it?
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