BRITISH KIDS HAVE TOUGHEST TIME

The spokesman for the Malaga provincial government’s intercultural affairs department said last Friday that British children have the hardest time adapting to local schools, because of the language barrier. He said this was because they are a “closed” group, who talk only among themselves and speak English at home. The 4,599 British children in schools in the province are the biggest group of foreign students, representing 17% of the total.

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