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"The school became a bilingual school." What two languages?
The school's website stated that "it is believed that girls’ hostel is the [“Opatha walawwa” (Mahagedara walawwa)] at percent."
Yes, the source does say that, but it's incomprehensible. Why quote it? Maproom (talk) 17:57, 6 December 2013 (UTC)
1. The source does not say what two languages
2. I think "at percent" is supposed to be "at present" so I'll comment that in too