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    #1

    ESL

    Good evening!
    I have received some articles in English about education
    and when people talk about activities, some of them talk about ESL
    I think it's about some kind of play game
    Could you tell me exactually what is it mean?
    Thanks!

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    #2

    Re: ESL

    See where you wrote ESL and you'll find it's finely underlined. Now make the cursor hover over it and you'll sea a little box with the meaning.
    It's magic.

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    #3

    Re: ESL

    It has nothing to do with playing games- games may be a means to an end, but ESL refers to learning English as a Second Language.

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    Re: ESL

    Ok, living and learning everyday
    Thanks for the tip, I think that I forgot to look for the obvious

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