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Second language(a language being learned, as opposed to mother tongue).
- initialism astrophysics second Lagrange point, located further out from the primary of a system where a smaller object orbits a larger one, behind the smaller object, inline with a line drawn through the centres of the larger and smaller objects
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The term L2 may sound futuristic and mysterious, but the name actually honors a
They believe these miners are somewhere around the area of 11,000 to 13,000 feet in what they call L2, the second left arm of this mine.
K&L2 is coming out in August, with the same two characters (of course) from the first game. that is bit of a problem. sideshowRaheem
A short summary of this would be that current public systems are not working and there does not seem to be any increase in L2 acquisition in our public schools is not successful for the reasons stated in the journal article, i.e. no significant exposure.
I actually feel that if you are a NEST then explaining and understanding the rules needs to be done in L2 and it is a part of the activity.
Because I have a strong feeling that in many cases explaining the rules of a game, an activity etc or some vocabulary in L2 is a waste of time.
Chris hasn't said who the source was or explicitly what their motives were, so I should've been more clear that I was just guessing (based on reasons I've heard in the past for why L2 is able to get so many juicy leaks).
It would be interesting to know if there are studies that confirm the view that the use of the L1 in L2 instruction prejudices autonomy.
L2 is short-hand for the second Lagrange Point, a wonderful accident of gravity and orbital mechanics, and the perfect place to park the Webb telescope in space.
It was the first spacecraft ever to orbit at the point called L2, which is becoming a popular destination for future telescopes like the
Wired Top Stories Lisa Grossman 2010