Monday, July 17, 2006

.filler post.

vernacular english vs standard english
by - lurvegwen
a teacher (lovely) talks about the effects of the singaporean government's decision to bring in native english speakers. it seems that the government (MOE) has this illusion that native speakers have better english thus they can teach better. listen to this lady bash out some well deserved comments about this matter.

post world cup comments in mamak stalls
by - simon
simon talks about those mamak stalkers who are still caught in post-world cup fever. it is certainly a true if you have avid world cup followers in your gang of friends.

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.random lessons.

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