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Increasingly, libraries are the place to learn English

By Will Kilburn
Globe Correspondent / October 19, 2006

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The 8 p.m. intermediate English as a Second Language class at Milford Town Library is often about subtleties. When it comes to keys, are they at your pocket or in your pocket? Do you taxi at the airport, from the airport, or to the airport? (Full article: 884 words)

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