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    "English Day"

    I have seen the other day a phenomenon in local schools, here in S. Arabia. They have started celebrating "English Day". A day involves some sincere advice such as being familiar with the English language means being able to communicate with those whose mother tongue is not Arabic. Also, it helps you pursue you higher education if you want to study abroad. Addition to that, English is an important factor in our daily lives. It goes without saying that English broadens your horizons. Among the other things I noticed, a hall being decorated and celebration ends with distributing gifts. Most importantly, I am not satisfied with "English Day" and to me, The English Language Day is natural logo. Do you agree with me?

    Thank you.

    Last edited by Odessa Dawn; 10-Apr-2013 at 18:38. Reason: The word 'without' has been written two words.

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    Re: "English Day"

    'English Day' seems fine to me.

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