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The other two students develop a brief skit about the figurative meaning of the idiom: "to give away a secret." A very few nouns - for example, ox, oxen - have plurals ending in -en. Depending on where the commas are placed, the writer of the letter is either professing her undying love for John or telling him how much she loathes him. Even teachers who are not fluent in English can teach English through this method. Although a chronological model gives us a sense of succession and of history as narrative, it can make it hard to see the theory or outline of a question or contemporary opinion.

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