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Making a Difference

As we have written manytimesinthepastweek, record numbers of Georgian students are choosing to study English as their primary foreign language.  I have definitely witnessed this in my host family and in my school, but I must admit that my first two drafts of this post were just plain boring.  I wrote about how my school has hired more English teachers and now has five English teachers compared to just one German and one Russian teacher.  I also talked about how my host sister, brother, and mother all learned Russian before English.  Then it occurred to me that if I wanted the post to be more interesting, maybe I should just ask my host family why they’re studying English now instead of Russian, German, or some other foreign language.

I actually only talked to my host sister about this, as she’s the only one who knows English…

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British YouTuber and Founder of Environmental and STEM education charity Oceans Project, preparing for a solo row around the coast of Great Britain.
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