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    UnicornVloggersYT is offline Just Joined
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    About ESL

    TBH,I dont know why we should learn English. Even though it's a free country,why should we learn English,and why do we need to take tests or things related to esl? No offense though,but my old school & new school sometimes don't worry about esl students,they basically act them like normal students.I know this isn't going to be long,but why do we need to go into the esl program? Recently,I got a paper saying about esl,and they recommended that I should leave the esl program.Why? Well maybe I'm really fluent and really good at English,or something else.

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    Re: About ESL

    Quote Originally Posted by UnicornVloggersYT View Post
    TBH To be honest, I don't know why we should learn English.

    Even though it's a free country, why should we learn English (no comma needed here) and why do we need to take tests or other things related to esl ESL? (What does it being a free country have to do with anything?)

    No offense though intended but my old school & and my new school sometimes don't worry about esl ESL students - they basically act treat them like normal students.

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    know this isn't going to be long, (I don' understand the underlined part) but why do we need to go into the esl ESL program?

    Recently, I got a paper (what sort of paper - a newspaper, a scholarly article, or do you mean a letter?) saying about esl ESL, and they recommended that I should leave the esl ESL program.

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    hy? Well, maybe I'm really fluent and really good at English (no comma needed here) or something else.
    Welcome to the forum.

    Please see my corrections and queries above. I'm not really sure what you were asking us - there was no question included in your post so I assumed you just wanted to give us your opinion about the ESL program at your school, and have it corrected. I spread your sentences over separate lines to make it easier to read.

    You must remember to put a space after every full stop, comma, question mark and exclamation mark.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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