Welcome to L2land

12th January 1996 at 00:00
A piece of jargon new to Jotter hove into sight over the holidays. It is "L2land", which is not to be confused with Legoland, the Danish village that in Viking style is soon to colonise a piece of England.

A clue is that L2land appears in a report from the Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research. It refers to the country visited by language students to improve their fluency. For most that means France.

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