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Join date : 2015-08-21
Age : 24
Location : Khonkaen

PostSubject: Language Dos and Don’ts:   3rd December 2015, 12:23 am

Some helpful phrases
‘Well done, you’ve put a lot of effort in’
‘You’ve worked really hard’
‘Everyone struggles to master technique’
‘This has really improved since last week’
‘Imagine the colours in this passage’
‘How does this piece make you feel?’
‘Your practice strategy is really paying off’

Some phrases to avoid
‘You must be really smart’
‘You picked that up really quickly — you’re very talented.’
‘You’re so clever, you passed the exam without really studying’
‘Try to do it differently’
‘Don’t use so much bow’
‘Stop rushing’
‘Here’s what you did wrong’

Please share if you have more sentences.

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Join date : 2015-09-07
Age : 24
Location : NongKhai

PostSubject: Re: Language Dos and Don’ts:   4th December 2015, 1:17 am

I've heard from ours friend,
she told her students that ' you are very good job'
Is that a phrase to avoid or helpful phrase?
Please answer me, Thank you.

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