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    #1

    a bright lot

    I found that my students, a bright lot, did not have the active knowledge of English grammar necessary to fully comprehend Wheelock's brief and direct explanations.

    What does a bright lot mean?
    I need native speakers' help.

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    Re: a bright lot

    a clever group

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