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25 May 2013

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soon

love your blog

Carli

Yes!

Manns

vive la France!

Jim A.

I don't see why French people should learn to speak English. What's in it for them other than jobs and opportunity and the ability to engage with the world outside their borders?

opener

Hard to argue with international rankings, but even harder to fix a system that is so closed.

Lost in Germany

France will never improve its results in English until it brings real English speakers into the classroom and trains them to teach. Same old story, year after year.

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