喵喵的鱼仔
Recently, the ministry gave an official answer to this question by clarifying that there is not such a notion of “first education record” in the national education policies or administration documents. “When we refer to education record in the management, it generally indicates someone’s highest academic degree or the latest obtained degree.” I think that there is something wrong with the intonation and stress……(°ー°〃)
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Oct 4, 2021 3:42 AM
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Recently, the ministry gave an official answer to this question by clarifying that there is not such a notion of “first education record” in the national education policies or administration documents. “When we refer to education record in the management, it generally indicates someone’s highest academic degree or the latest obtained degree.” I think that there is something wrong with the intonation and stress……(°ー°〃)
To really improve your spoken English, you would need to learn a pronunciation system like IPA. Listen to podcasts to learn the pitch and intonation. All the best!
Oct 4, 2021 3:53 AM
Recently, the ministry gave an official answer to this question by clarifying that there is not such a notion of “first education record” in the national education policies or administration documents. “When we refer to education record in the management, it generally indicates someone’s highest academic degree or the latest obtained degree.” I think that there is something wrong with the intonation and stress……(°ー°〃)
You are good 🥰🥰🥰
Oct 28, 2021 12:57 AM
Recently, the ministry gave an official answer to this question by clarifying that there is not such a notion of “first education record” in the national education policies or administration documents. “When we refer to education record in the management, it generally indicates someone’s highest academic degree or the latest obtained degree.” I think that there is something wrong with the intonation and stress……(°ー°〃)
Hey it’s you with the greenery everywhere! Since English is a stress-based language, there’s always ONE syllable that is always pronounced MORE than the others (if any). Education = e-du-CA-tion Another nice example is record. We can keep a record of something or we can record something! Feel free to message me if you’d like to learn more about it :)
Oct 10, 2021 9:42 AM
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喵喵的鱼仔
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Chinese (Mandarin), English, Japanese
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English, Japanese