In my Literature Classes we have this reading. Could you tell me when usually young people read this book in Great Britain. What I mean is which grade so how old they are.
Did you like this book? And do you have any nice memories from your classes at school
Regards
Pawel
Please do not think I am mean or something.
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At 19:06:23 on Fri, 23 Dec 2005, Pawe³ Piotr Stawski (Email Removed) wrote in
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In my Literature Classes we have this reading. Could you tell me when usually young people read this book in ... old they are. Did you like this book? And do you have any nice memories from your classes at school

Look, Pawel, this group is for discussion of usage of the English language in the UK. It is not for the discussion of other aspects of UK culture, or nice memories of schooldays. There are plenty of other groups where you can ask that kind of question - you have already been recommended to seek out newsgroups populated by teachers, for instance. This kind of question is completely irrelevant to this particular newsgroup.
Now, don't start whinging - this group is not going to turn into what you want it to be. We've cut you a lot of slack, but firing up three brand-new threads just after it has been clearly explained to you what you are doing wrong is, IMHO, taking the ***.

Molly Mockford
They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety - Benjamin Franklin (My Reply-To address *is* valid, though may not remain so for ever.)
My post was irrelevant.
http://www.usenet.org.uk/uk.culture.language.english.html I know now.
I hope next one is what you would like to see here.

Regards,
Pawel
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