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What is meant by the statement "experiences of CLT in different context"?

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The only problem with the phrase that you suggest is the way in which it is worded. It seems to be a warning written on an assessment report (or report card) concerning L2 learning, stating that the student may not be understanding the L2 properly or entirely because of lack of exposure to context.

However, it could also mean an objective for a teacher that is to be included on a lesson plan stating that the student will be able to differentiate (experience) the L2 in more than one context.

Depending on the context of this phrase (what it has been used for, and where it has been written) it would be easier to make the final call as to what it actually means.

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