It is with great regret that I am leaving LingQ. I have begun a full-time teaching position at College of the North Atlantic, a post-secondary institution here in St. John’s, NL. I am enjoying my new job, but I will miss interacting with all of the students. Thank you Steve, Mark, Kindrey, Jill, and all the tutors who have made my three years with LingQ wonderful! Also, thank you to all of my students. It has been my pleasure to speak with you, learn about your lives, and get to know you through your writing submissions. You are all amazing, and I will miss you terribly!
I wish you all the best of luck with your language learning. Work hard and stay positive - I know you can do it!
Hi, Tracy. This is Ken.
I don’t know if you remember me 'cause I have joined your sessions just a few times. To tell the truth, I was just listening one of my old recordings with you at the Linguist this morning. What a coincident.
I am not an active member of the LingQ now, but I am continuing studying English. I happened to browsing here today and encountered your posting.
Thanks a lot for correcting my writing submissions. I want to say thank you and hope your happiness.
Best of luck, Tracey! We’ve very much enjoyed having you as part of our team. You’ve been with us since almost the beginning at TheLinguist and since we started LingQ. Don’t be a stranger! Maybe you can come back and host a few discussions again sometime…
I wish you all the best Tracey!
I was nice to know you.
Tracey, as you know, I often referred to you as “The Grammar Diva”. You are a great teacher, and the students at College of the North Atlantic will definitely benefit from your teaching! Thanks for all the times you helped me out! Best wishes!
You were our first tutor at The Linguist and have been of great help to us and to our members. Your patience and sense of humour will be missed. Good luck in your new job. Please drop in for a visit from time to time.
Tracy, My first personal tutor at the Linguist. I did not have a lot of chances to talk with you because of the time difference, but you corrected my writing a lot. You helped me get through the system, but I did not really have a chance to say “Thank you”. Thank you very much for your support. It was nice to know you. All the best wishes for your new job!
I really enjoy you got this job although you won’t correct my writing submissions anymore. Good luck in your new job!