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Unread Jan 5th, 2007, 05:36 am
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Hi everybody! I am writing from Turkey..I found this forum while I was looking for an activity for my students from the net and found it quite useful..It's really nice to be here to communicate to you all! thanks to admisintration!!
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Welcome to the site! Hope to see you around in the forums!

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Hi, welcome and can you tell us more about teaching in Turkey please? I would be interested in hearing more
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Hi,thanks for your interest..
It's a quite fun teaching in turkey because students are already motivated and have willing to learn English. Because It has become a first asset to know English in job applications in Turkey and because it is spoken worldwide. English education starts in the primary school and goes till high school. Unfortunately, public schools english education is not very good because of their teachers and teaching materials. I work in a private language school for adults and I'm trying my best to teach them. And Turkish students are really good at pronouncing English,they sound quite natural..
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Welcome to the site!
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Hey mate, welcome to the site!
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Nice to see someone from my country, i am a newcomer too...
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