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Reading and Comprehending English is a strong complex language It can be very difficult to read and comprehend To ask one whos first language is not English they would tell you that English is painstakingly hard to understand That is why people need to learn to read and understand what they read Students in grade 11 are emphasized to be able to comprehend what they read For a student who understands what they read it is easier for one to learn the material As for one who is unable to comprehend the reading it would be more difficult for the student to learn what is needed to be learnt In grade 11 students are taught many techniques to be able to have the ability to read many tough written books plays and poetry It can be very hideous for a student to understand what they read from authors like Shakespeare whos writing methods are from ones of the 18th to 19th century There are many types of English as well For example there is proper English which most people do not talk but try to write Then there is street or laymen English which is what most people speak by using terms like slang and profanity Also there is Old English which is English spoken by Shakespeare and people from the past in England Old English might be the hardest to understand because of the arrangement of words For example I Brian is thy master of the English language Buy giving students the tools to be able to read write and comprehend the English language it will help them in life By given them the essentials it gives them a head start People using proper English have a better chance because many people who see folks with these skills they are labeled intelligent and comprehensive Hence giving them a chance to receive a well paying occupation to support them
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