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  1. Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi (German: [ˈjoːhan ˈhaɪnrɪç pɛstaˈlɔtsiː] (), Italian: [pestaˈlɔttsi]; 12 January 1746 – 17 February 1827) was a Swiss pedagogue and educational reformer who exemplified Romanticism in his approach.

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    Manzanilla, Spanish term for "chamomile" (any variety) or the plant's flowers, or chamomile tea; Manzanilla, a common name for Malvaviscus arboreus (wax mallow, Turk's cap) and its fruit; Manzanilla de la muerte (Spanish: "little apple of death"), manchineel in English (Hippomane mancinella), a tree with apple-like but poisonous fruit

  4. Historical evidence from observations of early Spanish explorers in the Archipelago shows that the nomenclature used to refer to this language had its origin among the people of the coasts or people of the Ilawod ("los [naturales] de la playa") in Iloilo, Panay, whom Spanish explorer Miguel de Loarca called Yligueynes (or the more popular term Hiligaynon, also referred to by the Karay-a people ...

  5. The same word "hello" in the Merriam-Webster dictionary is written as "\hə-ˈlō\". Wikipedia . Phonetics. Phonetics is a science that studies the sounds of human speech. Wikipedia . Phonological awareness. Phonological awareness is the ability of a listener to recognize the sound structure of words. It is a key skill to learn a new language ...

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