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Someone posted 'how long does it take to learn English?' in the TESOL group discussions on LinkedIn....a 'piece of string' question really and possibly a fun provocation (it was posted in lots of other ESL groups) but I liked it because it really drew some interesting responses. I posted 'about 18 hours!' and provided a link to the EOT case study with Jane as evidence in one group... and the moderator promptly removed it. This is my (possibly) second effort at debate in the TESOL group on LinkedIn...
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 Happy New Year! If you are an English learner I hope that this is the year you start to feel really comfortable speaking English. On the other hand, if you are an English teacher I hope that you embrace the new teaching and learning landscape as it develops. Things are changing fast.
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