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The question was: May I use your material? The answer is - absolutely, with a few restrictions. See below:
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Teachers: Of course you can use our work in your classrooms with some restrictions as stated above. We hope you find it useful!
Note to Our Students: It's okay to copy little pieces of someone else's work as long as you do it in the right way. There are rules (laws, really) on how to do it. For more information, see this site: Copyright & Fair Use .
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With great excitement, we are pleased to announce:
Our books and educational materials are available through our publisher ,
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