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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #127535: Dictation - My family's small company
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    Dictation - My family's small company

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    My family ' s small English trainning school has played a big part in my childhod. We went there every Sunday and Wednesday. Dad was the head master; he often sat on the school couch and chatted merrily with parents. Mom was the teacher; she always made English learning fun and simple for young kids. My siblings and I were assisstances; we tried to do our best to help our parents mannage our small company. Our school had big wide glass doors with some lovely stickers on them. Those doors clanked noisilly when they were opened and closed. Inside those glass doors stood a large white wood counter with the smooth green words ' Pine Tree Education ' . The school had a mixed atmosphere of excitment, pride, curiosity, nervousness, shyness, and fears. Mom ' s classroom was in the hall on the right of the large counter. The electric fans muffled softly in the clasroom, and a smell of body odour filled the peacefull room. Then, the classroom seemed to come alive with little children, cheerful songs, colourful books, exciting games, and Mom ' s engaging lecture. Sometimes, the students ' parents would peer curiuosly through the little oval glass window of the classroom door and see how their children were doing. When the class was over and all the students went home, we would colapse on chairs and recall what we had just done.

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