Friday, September 10, 2010 | Categories: Past Episodes|
A little boy who loves reading is being taken by his grandmother to all of Toronto's 99 public libraries - today it's number 44. "The apple is red"; fear, treachery and faking it on your first day at school. "Dead languages" come alive as Ontario high school students compete to speak the best Latin and Greek. "Lost in the stacks"; Andre Piche loves to spend whole days and even nights in the Toronto Reference Library. David Forbes has a passion to write, but only with a typewriter. Jerry Wilzinski joined a creative writing class expecting gentle and constructive critisism. What he got made him see red! Krishna Gopikrishna came to Canada with excellent English but unfortunately it was too good and he had to relearn it. Denise Clark's problem with English was the tricky and treacherous letter "H". "In my language I am smart". For Dragan Todorovic, learning English is like 'sailing across an ocean of language' trying to reach a distant and strange land.
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