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Would you like me to write something for you Vera? :)

Thank you .... it's so nice of you.

Footie128

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Would you like to email me some ideas (in English or Russian) and I could maybe help ?

What sort of job would you be going for ?

Keith.

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Very good! I like you!!

Oh no!  So much to write! I just want to quickly finish this English language course.

Oh no ... So much to write..... I just want to quickly finish this course of English language.

 

What you wrote was well-written, though it did not address the subject!  Your attitude towards the assignment, well, better not to comment!

franzaachen

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Dear supervisor,

sorry-I'm not quite sure about the correct position of the adverb "quickly" in the example given above.

I would never put it between "to" and "finish"  (though everybody will understand the meaning of it). But isn't this merely colloquial ?

I think it should be at the end of the sentence: "I just want to finish this course of English language quickly"

I just wonder what Michael Swan would say about this.

Sincerely, Franz from Germany