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In February of 2010, on a small island in the Bay of Bengal, a language went extinct. Boa Sr, an 80-year old native of the Andaman Islands, was the last fluent speaker of Aka-Bo1. When she passed away, a culture recorded in her mother tongue died with her. The songs, stories and wisdom of her people are no longer part of our world.
Are you the parent interested keenly in teaching your child the English language? Is it essential or desirable for you to become personally involved with your child in this regard? Read the article to find out.
This is an article about the challenges we face as teachers in Korea. Making the move can be incredibly rewarding, but at the same time immensely difficult. I will find my recommendation for which organization to go with if you choose to teach in Korea.
Is the phenomenon of the Globalization a recent one? No, one can see clearly the five stages present in the history of the Globalization.
This article is about learning English language online at bbc.com.
The list was the expression 'at the end of the day', which was followed in second place by the phrase 'fairly unique'. The tautological statement ‘I personally’ made third place an expression that BBC Radio 4 presenter John Humphreys has described as "the linguistic equivalent of having chips with rice." Also making the top 10 is the grammatically incorrect “shouldn't of", instead of "should not have".
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