Difference between revisions of "Talk:British currency"

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(great table though!)
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::Yeees...., but the thing is that our main objective is about giving information to English ''teachers'' internationally.  Secondly we are about the English language in general. Where we have country-specific articles they should be along the lines of how English teachers could find jobs in those countries. So we are not really about supplying information to English students who might potentially visit the UK.  Though, as I said above, it's sort of tangentially related.  But generating UK related info at this level is perhaps more down to Blightynet.
 
::Yeees...., but the thing is that our main objective is about giving information to English ''teachers'' internationally.  Secondly we are about the English language in general. Where we have country-specific articles they should be along the lines of how English teachers could find jobs in those countries. So we are not really about supplying information to English students who might potentially visit the UK.  Though, as I said above, it's sort of tangentially related.  But generating UK related info at this level is perhaps more down to Blightynet.
 
::On the other hand, it's a beautifully-produced table. :-)--[[User:Bob M|Bob M]] 18:14, 29 May 2010 (UTC)
 
::On the other hand, it's a beautifully-produced table. :-)--[[User:Bob M|Bob M]] 18:14, 29 May 2010 (UTC)
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:::Heh! its a direct copy from WP. Don't really think Blightynet's living up to its promise: rather a two man band at the moment?  18:26, 29 May 2010 (UTC) [[User:Toast|Toast]]

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This may just be a little bit tangential to our objectives.--Bob M 17:41, 29 May 2010 (UTC)

Thought it might be of use to visitors from Spain → UK, which students might presumably become? 17:50, 29 May 2010 (UTC) Toast
Yeees...., but the thing is that our main objective is about giving information to English teachers internationally. Secondly we are about the English language in general. Where we have country-specific articles they should be along the lines of how English teachers could find jobs in those countries. So we are not really about supplying information to English students who might potentially visit the UK. Though, as I said above, it's sort of tangentially related. But generating UK related info at this level is perhaps more down to Blightynet.
On the other hand, it's a beautifully-produced table. :-)--Bob M 18:14, 29 May 2010 (UTC)
Heh! its a direct copy from WP. Don't really think Blightynet's living up to its promise: rather a two man band at the moment? 18:26, 29 May 2010 (UTC) Toast