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tania115
Ukraine

Help, please!
 

Hi everybody!

Could you help me? What phrase do you usually use when you want to interrupt and to stop the student who is reading the text or doing any other activity (when I mean it`s enough)? What variant is correct? that`s it or that`s will do or any other? Thanx a lot.

5 Jan 2011      



miesies muis
Namibia

I always say thank you and then comment on their reading.  "Thank you Paul, I hear that you practiced you reading properly at home. Well done."

5 Jan 2011     



douglas
United States

I usually say something like:
"Okay, you can stop there." or "Okay, that will do."

5 Jan 2011     



tania115
Ukraine

Thanks for your comments!

5 Jan 2011     



libertybelle
United States

That īs fine - thank you.  Well done.

5 Jan 2011     



ldthemagicman
United Kingdom

"Thank you!  Well done!  Next Student, please."
 
Les

5 Jan 2011