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It’s so typical of our human nature to consider that what we are experiencing is not what really should be going on. Worse still we think that what others get in other places is much better. We call this simply ‘thinking that the grass is always greener somewhere else’. In some obvious circumstances this can be true in terms of what learning institution students end up going to, as there are certainly some places of quality and some that have no quality and some that well…could do better but fall somewhere in between. This post isn’t about this kind of experience, this post is about the actually language of English itself.
An example of this is a student who decides that the only way they can get the ‘right’ English is to go to England and study there. In some ways they are right in the…
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