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    William Hook

    Mini grammar lesson can be fun. Students can revise in class, and teachers can choose texts that are relevant and engaging. Every now and then a worksheet is okay. Grammar lessons with worksheets and computer programs are out of context.

    William Hook

    many students facing the same issues. Students can revise in class in a transformed way. Students should never be handed a grammar worksheet without some context. Teachers can choose relevant text that helps students.

    Brandon Steven

    Very nice experience! Yes of course teachers should appreciate the efforts of students then students will try to do their best on high level. When teachers encourage students then they get willing to more working out and excite to achieve their goals.

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