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Training in American prior to arrival in Taiwan

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Training in American prior to arrival in Taiwan- Which one?

BayAreaHi
0
No votes
DannyDevito
0
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Dubya Bush
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Dubya Bush
0
No votes
NewYorkTrucker
0
No votes
FargoYaw
4
50%
Dakota Sheep Farmer
4
50%
Arnie as in 'I'll be back'
0
No votes
 
Total votes : 8

Training in American prior to arrival in Taiwan

Postby headhonchoII » 16 Jan 2003, 16:50

This is a poll to help policymakers set minumum American(tm) accent levels for english teachers in Taiwan schools. Suggestions are welcome.
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Postby amos » 16 Jan 2003, 21:34

I prefer J.R Ewing from Dallas.
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