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    Demand Grows for Classes in English Slangi
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    November 27, 2013 12:01 AM
    Many people who learn English as a second language think they have a good grasp of it until they watch an American TV show or speak to someone from the United States. Then they realize there's a lot they don’t understand. Some are coming to the United States to learn American slang and that's sparking greater demand for courses that teach it. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles.

    Demand Grows for Classes in English Slang

    Published November 26, 2013

    Many people who learn English as a second language think they have a good grasp of it until they watch an American TV show or speak to someone from the United States. Then they realize there's a lot they don’t understand. Some are coming to the United States to learn American slang and that's sparking greater demand for courses that teach it. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles.


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