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Posted by on Wednesday, February 8, 2012 at 6:48am.

Writeacher, I urgently need you to check these sentences.

1) I'm pleased to read that English is and will remain the lingua franca of the project. For this reason, we'd like to vary a few sentences in your application form. In particular, this sentence:
2) "By executing the whole cycle of project management in English and the two other partner languages, the pupils will have a fairly better qualification to present in their portfolio".
I will omit the two other partner languages because our students will not carry out any part of the project either in German or French.
3) They will certainly have the opportunity to get to know other European languages and therefore this project can spur them to learn the language of their partners.
4) I will email Prof. .... and let him know about your new requests.
5) Being an English teacher, I think I'll have to revise any mistake I come across while reading the application. Though I'm on sick leave, I'll do my best to check everything by tomorrow.

  • English - , Wednesday, February 8, 2012 at 7:07am

    1) I'm pleased to read that English is and will remain the lingua franca of the project. For this reason, we'd like to vary a few sentences in your application form. In particular, this sentence:

    2) "By executing the whole cycle of project management in English and the two other partner languages, the pupils will have a fairly better qualification to present in their portfolio."
    I will omit the two other partner languages because our students will not carry out any part of the project either in German or French.

    3) They will certainly have the opportunity to get to know other European languages, and we hope this project will spur them to learn the language(s) of their partners.

    4) I will email Prof. .... and let him know about your new requests.

    5) OK

  • English - , Wednesday, February 8, 2012 at 7:13am

    Question for you. I'm in Central Time in the US. It's now 6:13 am for me. I think you are about 6 or 7 hours ahead of me, right? Is it 12:13 or 1:13 pm where you are?

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