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At weekend school, a bond with India

Classes provide a bridge that spans two cultures

By Seetha Narayan
Globe Correspondent / May 4, 2006

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Seventh-graders Zill Patel and Tarana Bhatia gossip about parental quirks and too much homework, their speech peppered with teenage American slang. Then, class at Shishu Bharati School of Languages and Culture of India begins, and they smoothly switch gears between two cultures. (Full article: 1099 words)

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