+0
Dear sir/madam

I am Tiju from Bangalore who is deaf to study in technical quafilication . on 2006 i will have complete diploma of technical quafilication . i have plan to join your Gallaudet university in Usa . pl ask me to possible to join undergradutate degree from technical quafilication. i had only 10 th grade + 3 years of technical quafication (diploma). pl equire me .

thank you
tiju
1 2
Comments  
Dear Sir/Madam:

My name is Tiju [+ SECOND NAME], and I am from Bangalore. I am hearing-impaired, and am studying for technical qualification. In 2006, I will complete my diploma. I hope to enroll in Gallaudet University, and would like to know the prerequisites for matriculation. I will have completed 10th grade in Bangalore, plus the three years of technical qualification.

I would be very grateful for your advice and consideration.

Sincerely yours,

Tiju [+ SECOND NAME]
Thank you for checking my grammar.
Teachers: We supply a list of EFL job vacancies
please tell me what is this mean and please make this sentence and example.

1 shall
2 should
3 can
4 could
5 must
6 might

i donot understand 2,4 and 6.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

1 past continue
2 past perfect continue
3 present perfect continue
4 present continue

i confuse all such as 1,2,3,4
Tiju,
You must, somewhere, have a grammar that can help you solve some of your problems? We are no magicians, but when you come up with more specific questions, we'll do our best to answer them...
Yes, Tiju, those are very broad areas of English grammar. Try your grammar book first, or these websites: [url="http://cctc.commnet.edu/grammar/auxiliary.htm"]MODAL AUXILIARY VERBS[/url] and [url="http://www.swadulted.com/workshops/eslcourse/verbscontinuous.html "]CONTINUOUS TENSES[/url]. And you can use Google to find other full presentations on verbs.
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
thanking for receiced your counsel.
1) "Shall" means an obligation or a voluntary action.
"You shall not lie."
"Shall I drive you to the airport tomorrow?"
2) "Should" means an advice.
"You should drink a lot of liquid everyday."
3) "Can" means "to be able to."
"I can play the piano."
4) "Could" means "a more-polite-can."
"I could play the piano if nobody minds."
5) "Must" means an obligation, but not as rigid as "shall."
"You must listen to the details first."
6) "Might" means "less affirmatively than may."
"You might join as well if you like."
thanking for my learner of your advice.
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
Show more