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P.S. You can also give this gift of English for birthdays, New Years Day, the Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, Veteran’s Day, Valentine’s Day, and any national holiday where you live.

P.P.S. Get ready for the holidays in English with these special episodes:

Daily English 112 – Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa

Daily English 854 – Singing Christmas Carols

Daily English 226 – Holiday Decorating

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