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Dan Badger

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UK English
What does 'j', in lower case, written by the teacher in my daughter's work-book mean? She is in CP at Ecole Primaire.

merci d'avance

Dan
 
  • Bobbibounette

    Senior Member
    French-France
    I don't know of "j" being used in primary school as meaning "right"

    usually
    To say they reviewed something, they write "vu"
    to say it's good they write B (bien) or TB (très bien)

    I'd really like to help you... what is "lower case"?
    where was "j" written? In the margin? under a (misspelt) word?
     

    Bobbibounette

    Senior Member
    French-France
    Merci Argyll ! ("in lower case(s)"?)I found the answer in a previous thread, thanks anyway! ;)
    Couldn't it be a correction then, Dan Badger?

    Depending on where it's written, Dewsy's idea in #2 could be perfect.
     
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    Argyll

    Senior Member
    French
    I think much of it depends on whether what Dan's daughter had written in her work-book was right or wrong, or possibly contained a poorly written lower-case "j".
     

    Dan Badger

    Member
    UK English
    Thanks to all for your replies...

    She has gone off to school with the book today, so I can't check it just yet but it may well be as obvious as a correction of her writing of the letter 'j' in each of the sentences. She is coming to terms with a whole new way of handwriting!

    If not I will ask the teacher as suggested.

    thanks again

    Dan
     
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