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Welsh Language passes the identity test: Learning Two Languages At The Same Time

Adran Ddrama ar y ffordd adref o G’dydd #joiojoiojoio yn Theatr Sherman. Sioe wych Frantic Assembly #beautifulburnout twitter.com/bryntawe/statu… — Ysgol Bryn Tawe (@bryntawe) October 24, 2012 Take a look at pics taken of @bryntawe pupils hard at work at a … Continue reading

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English Summer Town 2011: Another Great Experience

My friends, I’m back. For the past week, January 10 – 14, 2011, I was involved in the Chilean Ministry of Education (MINEDUC) Programa Inglés Abre Puertas (English Opens Doors) English Summer Town 2011 for teachers of English. I taught … Continue reading

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Be-Know-Do: A Different Angle on the Native Speaker Myth

English is important, no one would doubt that nowadays. And the belief is that a Native Speaker Myth holds that the best teacher is a Native Speaker. So, why not simply immerse yourself in English? Surround yourself by a million … Continue reading

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