A cry from Nigeria

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Dixie
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Post by Dixie » Sun Jan 16, 2005 6:21 pm

Hi there, Peter! What a nice introduction! ;) Let's see if other members can help you out, and meanwhile let me welcome you to the forum, hope to hear from you real soon! Have fun.

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Post by Miss. Ladybird » Mon Jan 17, 2005 9:56 am

Hi there xparmCheck.
I have some Arabic relatives that live in Africa and I heard from them how hard it is to get decent education there.

Why don't you try to find something here in EC by searching in" Teach English" or 'Resources" maybe you will find something.
Or try to use" Side by Side" from Longman.
http://www.longman.com I hope this will help you. :roll:

You are doing a wonderful thing. I will pray for you.
May Allah help you and bless you.

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Re: A cry from Nigeria

Post by Omarqw » Tue May 19, 2020 11:28 am

By the way, we also recently had such a competition, which carried out recruitment for a trip to this place and the condition was to write just a great essay. I thought for a very long time about what I should write and I never managed to write something that would be distinguished by something unusual. But, to my great joy, on which I could calmly order what I needed. In the end, I was lucky and received him, so I was able to visit the place where Ian Smuts, Ben Schumann, Victor Verster and Judge Louis Weiers, as well as Paul Dutton were

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