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Mulling over this, Laurianne, again, reminded me how second-language learners trip on a vacuum where it must be lived.
True, for most Filipinos, as proven with successes, especially here in North America, we have an edge over other countries, but if former teach ers and other professionals, who had switched to caregiving, blue-collar and low-level jobs, reach Canada, and with their weak proficiency in English bared, a review of how it’s taught might be helpful.
We, Filipinos, take it for granted, indeed, and have even used it in tourist texts as an added come on, haven’t we?
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