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More ghastly language on 'Today'.

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  • Message 101

    , in reply to message 95.

    Posted by Peggy Monahan (U2254875) on Thursday, 31st March 2011

    "As a teacher used to evaluating spoken English..."

    If this is the case, and you deem the boy's style of speech as anything other than terrible (I apologise if this is too harsh a word for you), then I'm not sorry to say that I certainly would not want my children being taught English by such a 'teacher', however much respect I have for the profession.

    I note that you make no effort to respond to what Itold you about HOW we evaluate spoken English.

    In other words, you don't want to know, you're just happy to abuse anyone who doesn't agree with you.

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