Joined 12 years ago from Adelaide - Australia
During the dark ages, it was thought that a person who could read or write was a conjurer or magician, and this type of magic was called gramarye.
I am an applied linguist with a strong interest in writing ESL Book Reviews, teaching English to migrants and writing ESL learning materials. In the future I would like to quit my day job and write full time.
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For your convenience I have linked some hubs together to make it easier for you to find things that are of interest to you.
If you want to learn how to write a novel, start here:
How to write a novel
If you want to learn English, start here:
How to learn English with no teacher
If you are studying for the IELTS Test, start here:
If you are an ESL teacher or Linguist, start here:
Book reviews for ESL teachers and linguists
If you are thinking of a South Australian holiday, start here:
South Australia Holidays
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