Good Thursday my friends.
Weekend is almost here again. It's been cloudy today and we got some rain this evening.
I want to thank everyone for all wonderful message. Hey I'm not gonna leave you forever it's just a
break from the board so I got some time to do something else. Spring is here soon and have to do some
cleaning home and in stable among other stuff.
Take care and be well.
((All in need or not))
I've been quite busy lately, driving my husband around for work, so I can never get here until after hours! Such is life! I keep feeling like I'm missing everyone somehow.
The weather has been absolutely great the last few days! With a couple more really nice days coming up. Around 70F which is not normal for this time of year here. I expect it's a set-up for a blizzard or something. Crossing my fingers and hoping that doesn't happen!
I hope everyone is well! Those of you who are not....get better fast!
Sending hugs, love , good vibes, etc. to all in need (or not).
Hi, good morning all. The weekend is almost here, and I hope you enjoy it.
I also hope you enjoy this quizz. My score was 11 of 20, not bad, having in mind that I have the memory of an elephant... a stuffed one
[SIZE=4]Hi again. I wanted to share something with you. As some of you know, I'm preparing for competitive examinations, in order to gain a post as an official teacher (btw, does this sound correct "to gain a post as an official teacher"? how would you express that in a more natural English? Thank you). We have to study language, literature, history, linguistics and cognitive theories. I attend lessons once a week,to help us prepare the examinations (that will be held in June). Yesterday we had a test to check our progress. We had to write an essay on one of several options. I chose one on American literature, which included the Lost Generation and William Faulkner. I think I did it ok, wrote almost 14 pages and I think I didn't mix up the novels nor the biographical and literary details. of the different authors.
The point is that everytime I study -or write- about the English and American language and literature I can't avoid thinking of you, of this place, and of how much I have learnt by reading your posts and SK books.
And, obviously, when it comes to British literature, I think of JohnD.
Falmouth of the Mighty BlueGrass State and Commonwealth of Kentucky
Re: The New Ka-Tet Cantina
Originally Posted by Gelata
[SIZE=4]Hi again. I wanted to share something with you. As some of you know, I'm preparing for competitive examinations, in order to gain a post as an official teacher (btw, does this sound correct "to gain a post as an official teacher"? how would you express that in a more natural English?
Around these here parts, one would probably say something like, "...so I can go get me a job teachin' "...but I like yours betterer.
Good Friday to all, and an early Happy St. Patty's day!
Good to see you Gelata. Best of luck with continued studies and exams. You can do it!! Acquire a post/ obtain a post, so many way to express that sentence.
Another beautiful weather day here. Thoughts go out to those in Michigan. Tornadoes way too soon.
Have a fun weekend and be safe. Enjoy the Holiday if you celebrate. Wear the green.
Herbal GREEN tea in hand, and off to bean bag central. All are welcome to join.