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Byline: Yolanda Rodriguez
Jul. 17--When Bau Tran was trying to learn English as a teenager, he often sat in the back of the classroom, depending on his friends to tell him what was going on. Although he was in English as a second language (ESL) classes in elementary and middle schools, it wasn't until Tran reached ninth grade that English started to make sense.
Now as a student at Georgia Perimeter College in Clarkston, Tran finds himself taking English as a second language classes again.
"I can do some grammar now. My grammar is much better," said Tran, who graduated with a 3.6 grade-point average from Cross Keys High School in DeKalb County last year.
He works part time delivering pizzas now but …