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About SpanishLinguist

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  1. Hi, Thank for your suggestions and feedback. As ariana4 suggested, I have generated the HTML code so that people can type the answers in a blank box. However, it is a lot of work. I will carry on tomorrow as I have finished with lesson 4.6.1. If you decide to do the exercises, you can save them in a PDF document. You will need to scroll down the page and click on "Print". I would also try to split the lessons into different posts. Regarding inserting pictures, I'll have to have a look at how to do that in a text post as I will have to generate the HMTL code. I don't provide the answers as I'
  2. Hello, Thank you for replying so quickly. My blog is here: http://spanishforeverybody.tumblr.com There is a drop-down menu at the bottom. You need scroll down the page to find it. I will hire someone to fix that. I would like the sidebar to be on the left and the drop-down menu under the sidebar. I am working on Unit 5 now. I will have to generate the HTML code to introduce it in the drop-down menu. Do you want me to attach a document with the first lessons so it would be easier to revise it? Thank you very much for helping with this. Regards, SpanishLinguist
  3. Hi, I am a native Spanish speaker and teach Spanish online. I am currently working on a blog with free Spanish lessons designed by me. Text, videos and audio files are included. I have already written 4 units - now working on unit 5 (67 lessons in total so far) but I have realised that I have some problems with punctuation in English. I was wondering if someone would be interested in volunteering as part of this project. I need someone to proofread my English. I have a tendency to omit commas and semicolons, too. If someone is interested, please drop me a line. Thank you. -Sp
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