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Teaching monolingual vs multi-lingual groupsWhen teaching English to non-native speakers, class types fall into two main classifications. They are monolingual and multilingual groups. Both provide advantages and disadvantages to the teacher. There are many arguments that defend the strategies on the techniques of teaching both groups. The greatest of these arguments revolves around whether an L1 language should or should not be used with in the class. Monolingual groups are defined as groups that are made up of students that are from the same culture, speak the same language and in general are found in a non-English speaking country. There are some exceptions to this as monolingual groups can be found in certain situations with in english speaking countries, such as areas with a high population of refugees. In situations such as this many of the advantages related with multilingual groups can apply. Multilingual groups are made up of students