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What Do I Do If a CD Is Scratched and I Need To Perform a Listening Activity?
We are teaching the best lesson of our lives, engaging the student and filling their brain full of English, when suddenly a listening activity occurs. Since CDs are rarely replaced, years of usage take their toll and result in CDs … Continue reading
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What Should I Do If a Student Has a Really Nice Pen That I Want?
For a variety of reasons, students often buy expensive pens. Whether these be made of precious metals, have ornate carvings or engravings, or simply have a monogram on them, you will come across students who enjoy spending money on pens. … Continue reading
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How Do I Teach the Difference Between Pants and Panties?
There are thousands of foreign loan words in the Japanese language, most of which derive from English. Even though they all resemble English words, the meanings are often changed upon entering Japanese. A shining example of this is the English … Continue reading
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