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  • Brazilian kids learn English from OAPs
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Brazilian kids learn English from OAPs

Learning a language can be expensive, dull and lacking in cultural context, while living in a retirement home can be lonely. But now, a Brazilian language school's 'Speaking Exchange' project is mutually helping kids and grannies from US care homes through one intuitive campaign.

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