By Nhu Quynh
“I’m sorry miss, but I just can’t do it”.
One of the students in my pre-IELTS class was not hesitant to voice his desperation upon being asked to write a short introductory paragraph about himself. That was not the first time I had heard this from my students; many of them would have rather just left the page blank. Even those who managed to put some words on the paper failed to make a grammatically correct sentence. Statistically speaking, out of the four language skills, students in my class received the . . .
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