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    Default learning style

    There are no best llearning style ,but better one

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    I'm sorry but I don't understand your question. Could you explain a bit more please?
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    It looks to me like a statement rather than a question. Perhaps, s/he should have added "discuss".

    Iain

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    I think the style of the sentence proves the contents right.

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