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Thread: Sneaks' accountability thread

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03-Dec-09, 15:01
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(down)(down):-( I am lazy today ,but the day have not finished yet

Thread: Sneaks' accountability thread

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03-Dec-09, 03:26
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posted about 11 years ago
Dear all, today I am happy that my love google led me to this forum, since I don't have courses in the university, I almost forget that I am a PhD student. So happy to find somebody like me, that encouraging me to go on.
So allow me to join you here. Tomorrow, I'm going to read in a book around 30 pages. I have a french course so I am going to study for it 1 hour, and I have a class in the evening.
see you tomorrow, and good luck for all

Thread: How is your language

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02-Dec-09, 23:18
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posted about 11 years ago
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I am not in the UK but in Switzerland

Thread: taking notes

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02-Dec-09, 22:59
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posted about 11 years ago
thank you , really NVIVO is very good programme, but I cannot use it on macbook , I need to use PC.

Thread: How is your language

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02-Dec-09, 20:56
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hi moonblue, thank you very much for encouraging me, I did start to feel that, sometimes I cannot translate a word to my language even I understand the meaning, but I think English is very practical language. However, I still face problem in writing, how to explain my view and what tense must be used.

Thread: How is your language

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02-Dec-09, 18:56
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posted about 11 years ago
oooooohhhhhh yes , this what I was looking for , thank you very much.

Thread: How is your language

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02-Dec-09, 18:41
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posted about 11 years ago
No don't say it , I am the only student in the forum who write in foreign language. However, it is good , I can ask you if I face a language problems.

Thread: How is your language

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02-Dec-09, 17:12
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posted about 11 years ago
Hi all
My thesis is in English, but my mother language is not english, and this my first time I writ a research in English. Does any body pass the same experience.

Thread: taking notes

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02-Dec-09, 16:23
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posted about 11 years ago
Sre292 thank you , I think this way can be used with missspacey's way. (up)(up)

Thread: taking notes

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02-Dec-09, 16:18
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posted about 11 years ago
missspacey, thank you very much, it is a very good idea, I'll use it, hope it would be practical.

Thread: taking notes

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02-Dec-09, 15:45
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posted about 11 years ago
Where are you I need more ideas

Thread: I fancy my supervisor

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02-Dec-09, 15:43
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posted about 11 years ago
Thank God, my supervisor is nice lady

Thread: taking notes

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02-Dec-09, 14:25
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posted about 11 years ago
thank you very much for your answer, unfortunately I use macbook and cannot use Microsoft one note.
please if anybody knows similar programme.

Thread: taking notes

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02-Dec-09, 11:13
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posted about 11 years ago
Dear all, I am happy to be with you in this forum, this is my first participation,
I am a PhD student in international law in Geneva University, I started last March.
My problem is how to taking notes or how to save them to be able to use them later. I read an article, and find a lot of information relating to various chapters of my thesis, so I cannot read about each chapter separately.
My Prof advised me to use excel for writing the notes and then when I want to writ about a specific point, make search for it in all articles. It is good way but it takes long time and boring. So can you advise me what is the best way to save notes

Thank you in advance
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