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Saturday, November 29, 2008  
fran62
fran62
    Yasuko, I felt you did extremely well. Firstly I was impressed that once brought to your attention, you managed to hold back on "pauses" and instead, remembered the expressions we English use to keep conversation more fluent!! Also, just a reminder to do your best to exercise the reflex of looking for at least one other synonym or manner to express what you've said. This will help, not alone confidence but begin to redevelop your already broad vocabulary. Many thanks to you for being so receptive and for making it a good lesson
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Thursday, November 27, 2008  
AlexanderMartin
AlexanderMartin
    Hi Yasuko. I was really pleased to speak with you again today. We continued speaking about Art and Expression. Today we touched on various areas, including chimpanzees, Leonardo, objectivity, your artistic skills, and a pair of shoes for £1million. You did really well and you were chatting very confidently and fluently. There is still no real grammar issue to pick you up on at the moment, so here are some words that came up during the lesson: different periods, still life, varied, portrait, and 'a word with a broad meaning'. Keep up the good work, Yasuko. That's all for today. I really look forward to meeting you next time. Best, Stephen.
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Tuesday, November 25, 2008  
AlexanderMartin
AlexanderMartin
    Hello Yasuko. Thanks again for coming today. I really enjoyed our chat about Art and Artists. We have not yet finished the topic so if you want to book it again, feel free to do so. Here are some words and expressions that came up today: mallet, admission charge, Old Master. There are still no particular grammar issues that I can pick up on, only today I wasn't able to hear you very well. Anyway, I hope very much that you enjoyed the session and I look forward to meeting you again soon. Bye for now, Stephen.
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Monday, November 24, 2008  
AlexanderMartin
AlexanderMartin
    Hello Yasuko. It was very nice to meet you again today. We completed the topic on Animals and Animal Rights. We spoke about cloning and read a short article; we also talked about zoos, animal rights, and tamagochi. You were speaking very fluently today. Well done. Here are some points that came up during the lesson: me: 'meet' is pronouned with a long 'eee' sound in the infinitive - in the past we say 'met' as in 'bet' or 'pet'; to replicate; I am not 100% sure; a natural habitat; a custom = a human tradition. There are no specific grammatical errors of note yet. That's all for today, Yasuko. I hope we can meet again tomorrow. All the best, Stephen.
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Saturday, November 22, 2008  
marymoore
marymoore
    I am so happy to know that you can study higher English. We can go into philosophical, poetic discussions without sweat . We can also enlarge your vocabulary towards the third 4th degree.
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Friday, November 21, 2008  
fran62
fran62
    Coccinella (Yasuko) comes across very well in English & is very much at ease with the language. Good overall level with regards to comprehension, use of vocabulary & colloquial expressions.Her pronuciation is clear and easily understandable with nice intonation. Syntaxe is good. Yasuko also learnt subtilities such as using intonation to express surprise,interest etc...Yasuko's principal motivation for English lessons is to improve fluency ( not need to search to deeply for the correct word or expression & eventually not have to pause in mid sentence). Also, to broaden lexicon in areas of interest which appear to be well varied. Highly motivated to learn and improve Yasuko will prove to be an excellent student for her teacher. It would be both beneficial & appropriate to outsource real texts from the internet to share for dicussion complemented with grammar exercises (Blue Murphy / Oxford Advanced Practice Grammar) to consolidate and practice. Yasuko will be a pleasure to teach.
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Thursday, November 20, 2008  
Jeffrey
Jeffrey
   
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Thursday, November 20, 2008  
AlexanderMartin
AlexanderMartin
    Hello Yasuko. The first lesson went well. We spoke about Animals and Animals Rights. We discussed why humans need animals and whether we use them in an appropriate manner. We also looked at some animal expressions. Here are some words and expressions that came up: guide dog, sniffer dog, in danger of extinction; for 'I would not feel comfortable to wear...' say 'I would not feel comfortable about wearing...'. At the moment there are no major grammar points of note, so let's just keep speaking. I look forward to continuing this topic in our next meeting. Best, Stephen.
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Tuesday, November 18, 2008  
AlexanderMartin
AlexanderMartin
    Hello Yasuko. How lovely to meet you this evening. So just to recap: I offer conversation courses and grammar courses. The conversation course (All Levels Conversation 1-50) aims to develop fluency. During each lesson I listen for any mistakes and point them out to you in the written feedback at the end of the lesson. I might occasionally recommend a grammar lesson to clear up any grammar issues. I hope this is satisfactory for you and very much look forward to meeting you soon. All the best, Stephen Jones @ Myngle - EnglishTeacher
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