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is there a study group for english?

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Do you mean English literature, English writing, or do you think English is specific enough? (PS: Please vote in our study group poll on the main page - you can access it by clicking on "view all groups").
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There isn't currently a study group for English on OpenStudy; basically, we're adding groups when enough people ask for them. If you click on ``view all groups'' at openstudy.com, then click again, you should see a poll for what study groups you want us to add next. Vote there, and we'll see what we can do!

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We've just added a Writing and English study group at http://openstudy.com/groups/Writing+and+English . Try it out and tell us what you think!
Yes. There is.

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