Fit like

21st February 2003 at 00:00
A report from Aberdeen on the success of computer-assisted learning programmes such as SuccessMaker (pages one and four) makes interesting reading for linguists.

Without so much as a wink in the direction of irony, one primary teacher commented: "Awful American accents - children have some difficulty in understanding."

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