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    My students are non-native. Teaching some words is difficult like kindness. How can I adapt the student with the untouchable words?

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    Quote Originally Posted by samanehabdi View Post
    My students are non-native. Teaching some words is difficult like kindness. How can I adapt the student with the untouchable words?
    Welcome to the forum, samanehabdi.

    Is your native language really English?

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    In addition, please ensure the rest of your member profile is correct. You have given your location as the USA but your IP address shows that you are in Iran.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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