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I pretend I am a PD. I will make an educational program. I will call it "Let's Learn Japanese". I need two native speakers and a Japanese teacher.
With the help of the nateive speakers, the teacher can make a good textbook.
The native speakers can talk with each other on the program. The Japanese teacher can explain Japanese expresions in Korean. This program will be very helpful for people who want to learn Japanese.

(Would you read the passage and check the errors? Do we have to use 'the people whe...' or 'people who...'?)

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    I pretend I am a PD<~~Will your readers/listeners know what this abbreviation means?. I will make an educational program. I will call it "Let's Learn Japanese". I need two native speakers and a Japanese teacher.
    With the help of the native speakers, the teacher can write a good textbook.
    The native speakers can talk with each other on the program. The Japanese teacher can explain Japanese espressions in Korean. This program will be very helpful for people who want to learn Japanese.

    (Would you read the passage and check the errors? Do we have to use 'the people whe...' or 'people who...'?)
    Either expression is fine, in this case. I don't see any real difference between the two.

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