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About Expector

Hi Friends,

Welcome to my page! Do you like the above photos I took when I was travelling in China? And, did you enjoy listening to the music on my wall? I hope so.

I'm not really an English teacher, though I often help learners learn English. I love English, which is a fantastic language and now a global one. I like to write and read blogs. I hope you can check out my blogs below - don't forget to leave your comment there and I'll respond.

I love MyEC. It's a great honour to be a moderator here. I'll do my best to help keep MyEC interesting, friendly and decent. I'd like to thank Josef and Tara for offering me such an opportunity to be a member of the excellent team here.

Enjoy!

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Expector Smith commented on Lady Anne's blog post The Hardest Part of Being a Teacher
"@Anne Also, I wonder if the school can provide accommodation for a teacher like you. If so, you don't have to commute all the way to and from the school every day - it sounds like such a dangerous ride.  Good luck in your everyday commute…"
23 hours ago

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Expector Smith commented on arif saeed's blog post From Childcracy to Democracy :D
"Good job! That's the way how children grow up, though."
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arif saeed commented on Expector Smith's blog post Your English reading or writing can improve your listening or speaking skills
"You're most welcome! :)"
yesterday

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Expector Smith commented on Expector Smith's blog post Your English reading or writing can improve your listening or speaking skills
"@arif Thanks!"
yesterday

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Expector Smith liked Lady Anne's blog post The Hardest Part of Being a Teacher
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Expector Smith commented on Lady Anne's blog post The Hardest Part of Being a Teacher
"So touching! Hats off to you! I wonder if you've been a voluntary teacher in the village. I never thought you were having such a tough time teaching there.  Take care!"
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arif saeed commented on Expector Smith's blog post Your English reading or writing can improve your listening or speaking skills
"Excellent tips for enhancing listening and speaking skills.  Than you so much for sharing it with us! "
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arif saeed liked Expector Smith's blog post Your English reading or writing can improve your listening or speaking skills
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Expector Smith commented on Expector Smith's blog post Your English reading or writing can improve your listening or speaking skills
"@Anne Yes, it's true that the subtitles may not synchronize with the actors, and some of the subtitles may not be correct. That can be a problem for the learners who are trying to learn English while watching.  It may not be so fun to…"
yesterday

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Lady Anne commented on Expector Smith's blog post Your English reading or writing can improve your listening or speaking skills
"You know what is funny in reading the subtitles sometimes?  I always find it funny to know that the subtitle sometimes is longer than what the character has said or vice versa.  It helps me wonder if the English translation is…"
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Expector Smith left a comment for Lady Anne
"Thanks for the nice comment on my page, Anne! I'm glad it's music to your ear - that must have something to do with something in your blood:))"
yesterday

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Expector Smith commented on Expector Smith's blog post Your English reading or writing can improve your listening or speaking skills
"Hi Anne, Thanks so much for the nice comment. Yes, I agree that it's not always so easy for learners to read the subtitles and watch the pictures at the same time. You need to be a quick reader - that means you need to be good at reading.…"
Sunday

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Lady Anne left a comment for Expector Smith
"Doc, your music reminds me of Jackie Chan.  I know he is a singer, too!  Chinese music is always pleasing to the ears.  It has a soothing and calming effect!"
Sunday
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Lady Anne commented on Expector Smith's blog post Your English reading or writing can improve your listening or speaking skills
"An English learner should not stop from achieving a degree of fluency to all the four English skills.  Putting everything in writing in preparation for speaking is also one of the best ways to practise both skills. Doc, once I had a hard time…"
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Expector Smith commented on setareh's blog post I want to be a human being
"So poetic! It sounds like a poem or the lyrics of a song."
Sunday

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Expector Smith commented on Demian's blog post Does the English Vocaulary is Infinite?
"@Demian I was wondering if you could reword your blog title - there's a common learner error in it, though. "
Sunday

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Expector Smith commented on Demian's blog post Does the English Vocaulary is Infinite?
"By the way, I'm reading a book that shows us how to effectively memorize 10,000 medical English words. "
Sunday

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Expector Smith commented on Demian's blog post Does the English Vocaulary is Infinite?
"Fun topic!  We may all wish we could recognize every word in an article or what other people write, but, only too often, there are always some words we're not familiar with or never seen before. In addition, there are only 26 letters in…"
Sunday

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Expector Smith commented on Robinoz's blog post Different Ways to Write the Date
"Another fun topic! Yes, that can be so confusing - when you find a numeral that is more than 12 in the date, you know it's the day (can't be the month).  In China, we use the descending order:  yyyy-mm-dd. "
Sunday

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At 14:55 on March 29, 2015,
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Lady Anne
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Doc, your music reminds me of Jackie Chan.  I know he is a singer, too!  Chinese music is always pleasing to the ears.  It has a soothing and calming effect!

At 2:17pm on March 29, 2015, Demian gave Expector Smith a gift
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Thank you :)
At 15:32 on March 21, 2015, Lesari said…

China is a faszinate Country. Our Qi Gong Group travels every to an other place in China. The big towns are Grey and high, the rural area is than an other world. Each travel you see a new Point.

At 7:25 on March 11, 2015, shilpa said…

Thank you for your  comment  . i will try my best 

At 1:20 on March 4, 2015, Alice E. said…

 Hi Expector! Thanks for appreciating the story, it is also just like appreciating the person...so it is a nice feeling! :)

At 13:07 on March 2, 2015, Luci said…

Expector,

thank you for your message, btw yeah I was like: Where the hell is our Expector? :-D However, good to know you are back and things are ok and fixed! I like your first song, it is so far away from my culture, very exotic and beautiful!

At 2:13pm on March 01, 2015, Luci gave Expector Smith a gift
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I am happy to be your friend ;-)
At 20:14 on February 28, 2015,
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Anah Sid ©
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xpector Sir, thanks for the correction, I've been waiting to see the correction!! :)

At 4:02 on February 22, 2015, I-R said…

Thanks a lot, smith for your help!

At 10:12 on February 21, 2015, Bob said…

Doc, I think I arranged it like you wanted. Please check.  It doesn't matter to me as long as I don't miss when people comment on my page. I always want to answer them.

 
 
 

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