- so glad to be of help.. i hope you too SOON will be able to relax for a while ... you deserve and NEED it by this point haahaa i´m in costa rica.. couldhaMessage 1 of 6 , Jun 7, 2011View Sourceso glad to be of help.. i hope you too SOON will be able to relax for a while ... you deserve and NEED it by this point haahaai´m in costa rica.. couldha touched a sloth today he was sooo close.. but i didn´t yuk!good luck to you amigo!!let me know how you do... i will be able to ck my email again in a few days when i´m back in the statestake careg
From: Mark McCabe <mccabey@...>
Sent: Mon, May 30, 2011 6:38:50 PM
Subject: RE: [NBTC-ENL] Re: HELP! Advanced candidate needing guidance...
Great advice that I will take! Thank you much!!! I printed your email, and I'm taping it on my computer desk as a constant reminder. My school still has classes the rest of this week and a half a day on Monday. I hope you are under way on a summer break and hopefully a summer vacation.mm
Date: Mon, 30 May 2011 18:11:19 +0000
Subject: [NBTC-ENL] Re: HELP! Advanced candidate needing guidance...
Try looking up strategies for each of the structures listed: morphemes, phonemes, etc. I found several sites for speech therapists that were helpful. Also there's another Yahoo group which is fairly active try NBPTS_ENL. Several people have come up with practice exercises, just look in the files there.
Good Luck on your testing! I took mine a few weeks ago. Its all about what you know and do in the classroom! You'll do great!
--- In NBTC-ENL@yahoogroups.com, "imntnanml" <mccabey@...> wrote:
> Hi everyone. I see the posts are getting dated, so I hope someone is still out there watching. I am taking my exams June 13th, Linguistic Structure of English and Second Language Acquisition. Any advice one where to find good practice material or suggestions on what I should be reading/researching?
> Thanks for any bone you can throw me.