Sorry you missed out, Theresa. I expect they will have been going by GMT, and I see there is now a reply from a moderator to your post there saying that the exam period is now closed. I expect any posts that did not appear will probably have been deleted.Theresa S. Sedlock wrote:Thanks GeoffB...your instructions are very straight forward and that is exactly what I did numerous times. It's too late now. It was not too late when I was trying to post it, by my time, ET. Maybe they are going by GMT? If that was the case , I may have been too late. Not sure what happen to all my post but I enter a good 8 or 10 of them and only one got through ? It's what I get for waiting till the last minute. Maybe I'll take D01 over again, don't know at this point.
In light of the fact that there appears to be no prohibition against recording multiple takes and uploading the best example, is it necessary that the declaration be recorded contiguously with the recording that is ultimately used, or may we record the declaration just once, and insert it into the video for whichever take we ultimately use (so long as the take itself is unedited)? Otherwise, it will get tedious to say that declaration each time we start over (if we do at all), and the exasperation may show in our voice!Hello everyone,
my name is ............... ............,
I have followed Jean-François Delcamp's online lessons on the English-language forum.
I declare that I have posted on the English-language forum the recordings required for 7 of the lessons at the level for which I am submitting my entry today.
Here is my recording, made without any artificial effects or editing, of the required piece for the year-end exam.
The exam dates for D02 (and D05) start tomorrow (May 21) and go on until May 23 (bear in mind the timezone difference for the closing date and don't leave it too late!) The relevant topic in which to post your D02 exam piece is here.CarlWestman wrote:Hmmm ... for some reason I had recorded on my calendar that today, May 20, was the first day of the exam period for D02. Was there a change, or did I mark it down incorrectly?
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