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The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Education can be ..1…….. or ..2…….. The school is an ..3……….. established to give ………4…….. education to the people in a society. If members of a society are ……5………., the general …6….. of ….7….…. Will be …….8……….and the community as a whole will benefit.


The school is ….9…….. place of …..10………...  Unlike the family, it is a more highly …11…….  Community with different …….12………. patterns. The head of the school is the …….13…… As in the family, the child has duties to ……14…….. and rules to ……15……….., but in school those rules are usually spelled out ……….16………… Primary schools offer the first organized education. The children are ..17………to read and …18…., and to …….19………. well with other ……20…….  It seeks to make pupils think for themselves, respect the views and ……21… of others and …22……… work through the various subjects ……23……. There is also 24…… that enables adults read and write. There is also special schools for ……25……….. children like the blind and deaf. These schools …….26…… for their needs or where they can ………27………. Particular …….28…… that can help them …..29……. with their handicaps.

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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Teaching is one of the oldest ..1……. known to man. Every community from time immemorial must have had …..2…….. known and respected for their ability to guide and …3………. Younger members of the community towards the …….4…….. of the desired ……5…….. of their group. The ……….6…………. ceremonies for young adults common to many cultures are part of the ….7……… education .8………. of those culture, but there are many informal ways of educating the young. When a young girl helps her mother in preparing the family ………9………. She is learning …10……. Skills in an informal set up. One’s ..11…… group also exerts a great …….12…….. on one.


In the formal set up of our schools today, education is highly .13……….. There is the ..14…….. of authority from the principal down to the class …….15……… We have a fixed  ..16…….. which we adhere to strictly. Though we a great deal from our mates, the ….17……….plays an ………..18…….. role in shaping our attitudes and conditioning our …..19…….and responses to our ………20……….as a whole.


 

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