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  • One of the classes of the 7-years-old in the school was working on imperatives today and they wrote signs in order to put them into practice.
    Short before the end of the class they had so many signs that they were coming into my class and into other classes to ask for permission and hang them up. Some of the signs read:

    "Don't feed the animals."
    "Wash your hands."
    "Don't play with the ball here."
    "Don't run."
    "Walk on the right."
    "Talk, don't shout."

    That first class was over and when I changed classrooms to teach different children, I got to find that sign near the blabckboard...
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