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|19:15||19:30||Follow up on my book, which should have arrived at AOTS by now|
|A1||X||Work on FurtherStudies from 2004.11.14|
|A2||X||Fill in application form for UToronto (FurtherStudies)|
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|B3||X||Reply about small world: E-Mail%20from%20Paolo%20Vanni%20M.%20Ve単egas (TaskPool)|
|B5||X||Reply about proactive buffer creation: E-Mail%20from%20John%20L.%20Utz,%20III (TaskPool)|
|B6||X||Reply: E-Mail%20from%20Chiba%20Tomoko (TaskPool)|
|B||X||Draft a press release and send it to Richard|
I love Google.
We will be having the first paper-based LPI Level 1 Certification Exams this December. There will be 30 slots available. The total cost of the exams (Exam 101 and 102) will be less than or equal to half the online Prometric version (US$200). If you are interested, please do inform me (send email directly) so that I'd know if we are to push through with it this December or move it to January instead.
Am announcing it here to give priority to those from PLUG before it gets advertised anywhere else.
The exams will be held in UP Diliman — on a Saturday (tentatively on Dec. 18) — 9-11AM and 1.30-3.30PM.
rpf0013 AT gmail.com
Argh, another exam I would really, really like to take...
Maybe radio 4 would interest you : http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/
They have on-line broadcasts, and of all the BBC radio stations they have the most "oxford english" use !
The world service is also good, you should be able to get it on shortwave in Japan, or via the internet: http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/index.shtml
Interesting. Wish their other programs had MP3 downloads, too!
Don't suppose there are BBC audio anywhere?
Thanks to bojohan for the tip!