I´m kinda moved here, guys. In fact I amprivileged to be here as a learner, and sometimes
a lowly participant. With no extravagance or exaggeration, this site rocks! and exudes
English as well. By the way, it gets better by the day.
This place makes me think that I chose the right partners to pal up with, for they share
the devout wish of learning more and more!
From the beggining, I have noticed that these folks don´t make halfhearted attempt to answer
the questions and clear up our most difficult and challenging doubts.
To come here is (for me), an opportunity; to associate with EMB people is a rare privilege;
to read is an inspiration. This site helps to push open the door of opportunity a little
wider, in a more joyful way than many realize.
Personally, here, more often than not, I bridge the gap between my faulty knowledge and the
more natural way of speaking or writting English. With a plus, I know that most of people
around are genuinely interested, who wouldn´t want to have friends like that?
I take the opportunity to thank Ricardo for having the idea of creating such a site, clean,
light, reliable and totally user-friendly. Also, to Dale and people from abroad, with your
insightful views and contributions, we in Brazil need them badly.
Last but not least, I might apologise to the reader for my countless grammar errors
and acknowldege his patience!
Ah, thanks Pat, Orlando, Fran and others; for joining this thread. This way, we got to
know these several definitions to 'acomodado' (even words that didn´t made part of our
repertoire before, I mean we weren´t that used to it).
As always I say, the text is open to editing, correcting, proof-reading, comments and all that