[efiwebheads] Re: welcome Lavern
- At 01:00 AM 1/14/00 -0500, you wrote:
>Thank you maggi for that warm welcome .I like you alreadyHi again Bridgett and other webheads,
>I am Jamaican by birth ,
>I am a fashion designer , but work as a pattern maker at the moment
>I am looking forward to the class , as you can see my English is a shame
>but That is why I am hear too ,
>Bridgett ho you all can call me Bridgett
I thought the welcomes and Bridgett's replies were interesting and I've
posted them all to Bridgett's web pages. All the English has been
corrected, so if you wrote, check here to see if you can spot the places
where your English has been corrected.
Guys, here's the URL:
I think if you can find where what you wrote has been changed, it can help
you improve your English. But only if you check and compare.
That's all for now,
Have a nice weekend (I'm just finishing up mine, Thursday and Friday)
- At 01:06 AM 14/1/00 -0500, Bridgett wrote:
>Thank you michaelAnd I think they need lots of support. I guess most people on this list
>I do like reggae and cricket every Jamaican love reggae and cricket
>out team is'it doing so well but we are still with Them
won't know much about cricket (they probably think it's a crazy game!) but
the West Indies (where Jamaica is) used to be the most powerful team in
world cricket and now they are down at the bottom. It's a bit sad. Some
people say it's because young West Indians these days are all more
interested in basketball because they can get more money that way.
And somebody from Brazil (Nicia?) wrote that they like cricket. I'm amazed.
I didn't think people in Brazil would know about it. Cricket is mostly
played in countries where the English used to govern.
About reggae - what reggae music are people in Jamaica listening to these
days? I used to love Bob Marley (of course) and Peter Tosh but they are
both dead now.
email: michaelc@... (home)