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Old Nov 14th 2017, 8:16 pm   #481
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dear. (used in the salutation of a letter as an expression of affection or respect or as a conventional greeting): Dear Sir.
Your English is fine, but just FYI, calling people you don't know 'dear' isn't seen an expression of affection or respect in the UK, in fact it's seen as the opposite by most. So just a heads up really, best not to use it unless it actually is on a letter with a name after it!

HTH, good luck with your move.
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Your English is fine, but just FYI, calling people you don't know 'dear' isn't seen an expression of affection or respect in the UK, in fact it's seen as the opposite by most. So just a heads up really, best not to use it unless it actually is on a letter with a name after it!

HTH, good luck with your move.
christmasoompa,

thanks for your reply, i am from India and I don't have much knowledge of UK English.

In my last post i had apologized regarding the same.

Regarding my language skills compared to UK people not so good but my IELTS score is 7, i don't think it will be obstacle for my visa process.

Really i didn't expected these type of discussions. in my first post i had clearly mentioned that any one who had attended practical exam from Mumbai, India.

From there every discussion went in wrong direction.

small suggestion from my side if you really want to help people please ignore their language mistakes because people come here seeking some help from different countries and culture.

people visit this forum seeking some help and i don't want to discourage them.

I am sorry for having taken your precious time.
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Hi guys, I need to book my Australian skills assessment practical with futureskills in Ealing Broadway. I was wondering if anyone has done this exam there in the last year or so and if so, do you have any tips. Is the practical exam the same no matter where you do it in the world or would say it differs again. Also, Im assuming you need to take your own tools and equipment, is that correct or do you have to use what they supply you with? Thanks
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Hi guys, I need to book my Australian skills assessment practical with futureskills in Ealing Broadway. I was wondering if anyone has done this exam there in the last year or so and if so, do you have any tips. Is the practical exam the same no matter where you do it in the world or would say it differs again. Also, Im assuming you need to take your own tools and equipment, is that correct or do you have to use what they supply you with? Thanks
The practical is set and will ne the same wherever you take it. It should be take your own tools but be careful if flying - they will have to go as checked baggage.
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what exam is this?? I thought I just needed to do the wiring regs course and get me ARTC??:curse: I think if I have to jump through any more hoops I'll just go home and earn some much needed cash
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