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English as a Second Language Podcast

English as a Second Language Podcast
Dear All from ESL Podcast, My name’s Flávia. I am Brazilian. I live in the south of Brazil and I study English from your wonderful ESL Program. This email is just to let you know that I love you all and you have improved my language skills 100%. Yes, I still have a lot of work ahead, but with Dr. So beloved ones, this email is just to thank each of you for making ESL the most powerful and fun way to learn. Much, much amor from Brazil to you!!!!!

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