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A good way to learn English March, 14 th, 2012 Sino-Québec A good way to learn English March, 14 th, 2012 Sino-Québec
Vivian Yang Harry Yang and Vivian are working hard.
Who asks this question? Kim
It’s really difficult !!!
Lucia is concentrated!
I’m sure Harry will find !!!
Yang Look, Yang explains to Lucia the answer found by Harry.
Joane It’s less serious. Irina
But, only for a little moment!
Zeqing Helen Our new colleges are very pleasant. Zeqing Helen
Anne-Laure It seems difficult to explain.
Wen All are listening to Wen
Yang She is concentrated on her writing.
Kim and David are seriously working on their work. David
A little moment of lack of attention!
Helen was telling us an amazing theory !!!
Wen is writing on interesting subject.
Lucia is surprising herself about her writing. It’s beautiful to see.
Alberto “The man”
She is working with pleasure.
It’s so nice!
Dis-nous quelque chose. Tell us something. It’s a music to our ears.
Do you remark? She writes with her left hand.
I repeat myself. Our new colleges are very pleasant.
It is always easier with the smile.
Joane is going back to school. It seems not too hard.
Vivian is attentive.
I wait for suggestions.
Helen doesn’t stop to work.
And, what can I say about Zeqing?
It’s a working shop model!!!
It’s difficult to ask more!!!
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