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Former
contacts
history
community
unlike
voices
critical
contacts. I am not really sure the last one

foremost
context
history
community
unlike
voices
critical
contexts

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comunity
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foremost
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history
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foremost
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history
community
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Foremost, context, history, community, unlike, voices, critical, contexts.

foremost
context
history
community
unlike
voices
critical
contexts

Dear Sir:
I have a question about this sentence and the using of (having) in it; London underground system is the oldest system, having opened in 1863.

1. Foremost
2. Context
3. History
4. Community
5. Unlike
6. Voices
7. Critical
8. Contexts

FOREMOST
CONTEXT
HISTORY
COMMUNITY
UNLIKE
VOICES
CRITICAL
CONTEXT

foremost
context
history
community
unlike
voices
quite critical
contacts

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history
community
unlike
voices
critical
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John Dewey was America’s foremost philosopher and philosopher of education. His ideas are important to education today because he recognized that each individual brings a certain context and history to his or her learning. He also understood the importance of learning in a group or individually, learning from others that are unlike you. The essence of democracy is that you have different voices and you learn from each of them, and Dewey celebrated that. He would probably be quite critical of the current system of education because it ignores the teaching context and what each student brings to the classroom.

you are absolutely right ben

FORMOR
CONTEXT
COMMUNITY
UNLIKE
VOICES
CRITICAL
CONTEXT

foremost
context and history
community
unlike
voices
critical
context

foremost
context
history
community
unlike
voices
critical
contexts

foremost,context,history,community,unlike,voices,critical,contexts

1: Foremost
2: Context & History
3: Community
4: Unlike
5: Voices
6: Quite Critical
7: Contexts

formal contact history community unlike voices quite critical contexts

foremost

1. former
2. contexts
3. history
4. community
5. unlike
6. voices
7. critical
8. contexts

John Dewey was an America's foremost philosopher and philosopher of education. His ideas are important to education today because we still have not gotten a sense of the importance of learning individually.
And individual student brings a certain context and history to his and her learning and the teacher must know that Dewey recognize that.
At the same time Dewey recognize importance of learning in a group or community, learning from others, learning from others that are unlike you. That's a essence of a democracy as you have many different voices and you learn form those people, and Dewey celebrated that.
I think Dewey would be quite critical of the standard and assessment movement that we have in this country and how it ignores the contexts of teaching and ignores what students bring to the classroom.

formal
context
history
community
unlike
voices
critical
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former
context
history
community
unlike
voices
critical
contexts

Foremost
Context
History
Community
Unlike
Voice
Quite critical
?????

1. former
2. context
3. history
4. community
5. unlike
6. voices
7. quite critical
8. contexts

1. foremost
2. context
3. history
4. community
5. unlike
6. voices
7. (quite) critical
8. contexts

1. formal
2. context
3. history
4. community
5. unlike
6. voices
7. critical
8. contacts

foremost
contact
history
community
unlike
voices
critical
contact

foremost
contest
history
community
unlike
voices
critical
contexts

foremost
context
history
community
unlike
voices
quite critical
contacts (The last sentence means that in the present education system, students do not contact much to teacher? :)

I do not think that IELTS will speak slowly and clearly like this script, hic

foremost
context
history
community
unlike
voices
quite critical
contacts

former,contacts,history,community,unlike,voices,critical,contacts

CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

1. foremost
2. context
3. history
4. community
5. unlike
6. voices
7. critical
8. contexts

foremost
context
history
community
unlike
voices
critical
contexts

formar
contacts
history
community
unlike
voice
critical
contexts

1) foremost
2) context, history
3) community
4) unlike
5) voices
6) critical
7) contexts

Hello Simon

Hello Simon,

Why is the last answer is contexts (plural) and not context (singular)?

Thanks
Laxmi

formals
context
history
community
unlike
voices
....
.....

Laxmi,

I suppose the speaker decided to use the plural to highlight the fact that there are many different contexts. However, the singular "context" would also be correct, and the meaning would be the same.

Foremost
Context
History
Community
Unlike
Voices
Critical
Context

formal
context
history
community
unlike
voices
critical
contacts

1. former
2.Context & History
3.Community
4.Unlike
5.Voices
7.Critical
8.Context

former
contexts
history
community
unlike
voices
contexts

1. former
2. context
3. history
4. community
5. unlike
6. voices
7. critical
8. contexts

foremost
Context
History
Community
Voices
Critical
Contexts

( Simon can u do some pronunciation practice for these words like contacts& contexts .... Plural suffix after letter "t" is hard to pronounce and indentify while listening for me ... Thank u )

1.Foremost
2.Context
3.History
4.Community
5.Unlike
6.Voices
7.Critical
8.Contexts

FOREMOST
CONTEXT
HISTORY
COMMUNITY
UNLIKE
VOICES
CRITICAL
CONTEXTS

foremost, contest, history, community, unlike, voices, critical , contest

Formal? foremost
contact? context
history
community
unlike
voices
creditical? critical
contact? contexts

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