MY LAST BLOG
Hi Anne and everyone there,
Anne, I’m really happy to hear that the movie lesson went well after all and hope you and Raquel feel better.
I had a spelling mistake with “addition” and you were right (as usual) about the other alternative. In addition to this….. In addition to these……In addition to + verb(ing).
I’m a bit sad today because this will be my last blog. Needless to say I’ll miss it but you won’t get rid of me so easily :- ), I’ll keep in touch by reading the blogs and writing my comments. I wish the new student blogger good luck and hope he/she enjoys it as much as I enjoyed it.
I want to thank you Anne for having been so kind and patient with me. You really taught me a lot and at the same time encouraged me to practice more. Your blogs also made me learn about some features of Thailandia that I totally ignored and I enjoyed blogging with you too.
In addition to these I can say that I’m happy to having known you (here I can’t say having met you, can I?), Steve, Josh, Raquel, your colleagues and all the people you mentioned.
I also want to thank you readers not only for reading my blogs but for posting nice and unforgetable comments to me as well.
Finally I want to thank you too to the BBC learning English team for giving me this unique opportunity.
Both of you (BBC team, Anne, and readers) have brightened my routine life this month so I’ll keep you in my heart forever.
Bernadete, Fabio, Naheed, Kuldeep, Erika, Tanya, Adriana, Ana Paula, Michelle and Kuldeep thank you for your last comments.
In Argentina May 1st is a holiday (the Labour Day) and since I don’t have to go to the office I’ll start reading “1984”.
Before closing this blog, my family wanted to say good-bye to all of you.
From left to right (my sister, my mother, Oscar, I and Oscar’s mother). This photo was taken on Oscar’s birthday last year.
OK, Evelyn (my mother’s pet) wanted to say good-bye too.
She is a good company for my mum.
You have realized that I love pictures. One of the reasons is that my father was a photographer and he was always with his camera taking us photos at any time. As a result of that I’ve got lots of pictures of my childhood. He used to run the haberdashery along with my mother during the week and work as a photographer at the weekends in order to save money.
Anne, I wish you success on your new teaching project.
Readers, keep practicing and enjoy life.
Well, that’s all.
Will keep in touch.
Thank you again!
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