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Hello my name is Lydia.  I found this site a few days ago but not many people seem to reply to each other.   I have passed level 1 and just started level 2.  Due to first teacher just teaching vocab I am behind with learning placement and sentence structure. I know I won't be a natural but have been bitten with wanting to learn! Please could anybody spare me time or good advice ! 

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Hey Lydia, first of all don't give up on it because of whats happened, its their fault and they will have to live with it.

Keep going.

 

I'm self taught and want to continue but am currently unable to for the next few months but from what i can see from the replies you have gotten you have lots of people including me who will give what help we can.

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Thanks Rob.  

small sentences make sense verb at end.  When there are two or more verbs in the same sentence my brain starts to think English again help!  

Bridge man stand .....(.fine)

What happens to "The lady ran past the man stood on the bridge" thanks

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