| #1 (permalink) Wed Oct 06, 2010 9:07 am English Grammar Exercises::Advanced Tests::Naples, Italy
|I wish I wasn't that meticulous but as a learner and a teacher I've acquired a good eye for spotting things especially when it comes to spelling (English IS tricky). I made it a habit to check everything twice or more if I'm not sure. The matter is students do rely on us, teachers, and they're used to just copy what we say or write without much ado about checking and correcting in order not to make further mistakes which they think are not at all mistakes.
Cutting to the chase, I don't like to mislead as well as be misled thus I kindly ask you not to be angry with my interference and be attentive when typing words in ever so great tests :)
Please, check the test Naples, Italy for these words:
distitute should be destitute
resurfaaced --> resurfaced, commmercial --> commercial , edicices --> edifices (silly typos but they count)
its' (pardon me, what is it?!) --> its (possessive pronoun)
We cannot be perfect but we must do our best.
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