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Re: Committment

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Jape wrote:
poppydoodlesdad wrote:Sorry about that :wink:
How long do you get?
A week...during which I will in all likelihood mark exams. :(
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Eeeek! Poor you. I hate marking, worse part of the job, especially when it's in the holidays
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poppydoodlesdad wrote:Eeeek! Poor you. I hate marking, worse part of the job, especially when it's in the holidays
You are right there, mate!
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Martin wrote:Not sure this is the right place to post but the CWL home page has the word commitment with a double t. There should only be one.
It's the English teacher in me.
Corrected...thanks for letting us know. :)
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