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  • Catherine Bragg

    The English Language - Interesting thoughts for an ESL perspective.

  • Maureen Ayers

    Explains why ELLs have such a hard time learning English!

  • Little Debbie

    Ha!!! Yeah, let's clinically diagnose the English language, please. Share this with your students! English is a crazy language!

  • Lizzie Hannah

    English is a crazy language, this quote is on my fridge, lol

  • Celeste McGhee

    Teacher School Classroom | POSTER: English Is A Crazy Language

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