Overheard

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In a secondary Spanish lesson, a teacher explains that when she did her modern foreign languages degree she read works by "the Spanish equivalent of Shakespeare".

First pupil: Who's Shakespeare?

Second pupil: I didn't know Shakespeare was Spanish.

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