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    English-Only Policies

    i'm doing some research about English-only policies and how to make them work. Does anyone have good ideas for how to encourage students to speak English with each other in the hallways and between classes?

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    Re: English-Only Policies

    If you're in the US, it shouldn't be a problem, English will be caught like a virus. Elsewhere, it depends on determination and discipline, and generally doesn't work.

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    Re: English-Only Policies

    Sometimes they don't last long; it can be difficult to maintain the enthusiasm to keep going.

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