In part two of this compelling series, four British families open the doors of their homes to four immigrants who can't speak English. What ensues is a fascinating clash of language and culture.
A warm, interesting and often humorous journey into the bewildering world of learning a new language as four sets of people with virtually no means of communicating with one another attempt to bridge the language barrier.
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More than half a million Australians grew up in care between the 1930s and 1980s. Many of the children in these homes and orphan
Supporting the Australian Curriculum
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