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Yes, you are right.
It's 2 pm here right now.
Writeacher, I just wanted to know your personal opinion about this sentence:
"By executing the whole cycle of project management in English and the two other partner languages, the pupils will have a fairly better qualification to present in their portfolio."


1) Doesn't it mean that the whole project will be carried out in English as well as in the two other partner languages (Italian and French)?
Is it contradictory as English has been chosen as the lingua franca for the project?
2) As this sentence was written by the German partner, I derive that the two partner languages should be Italian and French.
What is your view?

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