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    Default One-way street

    Hi,
    I came across the following sentence in my English book, Is learning a one-way street? Could you tell me the meaning of "one-way street"?
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    Wuwei

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    Default Re: One-way street

    Quote Originally Posted by wuwei View Post
    Hi,
    I came across the following sentence in my English book, Is learning a one-way street? Could you tell me the meaning of "one-way street"?
    Thanks
    Wuwei
    Does the learning process only go from teacher to student like the traffic on a one-way street.

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