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Hi, my friends! I was not active for rather long because of a few reasons. I was busy not only teaching but also nursering my little grandniece (almost 5 years old), my big kid (i.e., my hubby thinking about retirement) and our lovely pets (of different age). But my hubby went on a business trip, my grandniece's mom took a health leave and I am able to write a few lines here at last! So...
Not only do I want to thank our dear Onee for such a great blog and challenge, but also intend to show you how to use some other similar constructions.
My husband, as well as I, has been trying to teach you good grammar and vocabulary for a few years. Both Danny and I would like you to write and to speak correctly, but neither of us can learn any grammar rules or vocabulary for you. I am happy to see you not only take part in our grammar tests but also try using the complicated grammar writing your blogs. Not only Danny but also I am happy to correct fewer and fewer mistakes in every next blog written by you. It is great to realize that many EC learners have improved not only grammar but also vocabulary and have learned many new words, expressions and idioms. Either of us can answer any of your questions, but neither of us can practice instead of you. Neither Dan nor I am immortal, so learn from us as much as you can until we pass away. LOL!
I think it is clear what I am up to, isn’t it? I am going to follow Onee’s example and to post the similar blog dedicated to NEITHER/EITHER. Would you like me to do it while Danny is on a business trip?
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