Thursday - as you know - is A Level results day. Good luck to you all and I hope you get the result you deserve. I mean that in a nice way, obviously. If you don't get what you want, don't panic. There are plenty of helpful people at college to point you in the right direction, so just ask.
I won't be around on results day as I'm going on holiday. Good luck!
Friday, August 10, 2007
Not much time to blog at the moment, so here are some links to recent articles on child language, just to keep up to date:
Psychologist explains secret of children's word explosion
Language DVDs can slow down baby talk, parents warned
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