I loveeeee cooking!! Cooking is one of my favourite things to do! I prefer baking because is easier but I love making meals too! Normally every weekend I make a cake or some cupcakes for the week. Saturdays usually I make pizza for dinner and while we eat we watch a series or film! Some friends friends say me to cook or bake for them because they say that I do it very good, but I don't think so, 'cause once the frosting melted. Read on »
I've been teaching English many years to global students e.g. China, Vietnam, Nepal, India, Korea, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Uzbekistan, Myanmar, France, Belgium, Turkey, Japan etc. Unfortunately (no exaggeration) I've found the Chinese students to be the worst students I've ever taught period. I've tried ESL worksheets to match their levels, Chinese/English textbooks, numerous topics to try and kindle their interest, using what little Chinese I know to build a bridge, speaking Japanese to explain grammatical points (I'm fluent and their level is quite high) But all they want to do is play Mahjong on their smartphones, sleep and ignore everything I try. Aside from their complete lack of interest in any kind of study they are rude, obnoxious, vulgar and have absolutely no respect for the teachers regardless of who it is. Ask them any kind of question linked to learning, try to gently engage them, and they'll purposely ignore you with their heads stuck in their app games and simply refuse to answer. Basically they're telling me to ***k off. Probably less than 1% will study and it's always women. The best analogy is that they act like prison inmates. I guess this is what a Communist education system produces? Any tips re: teaching English to the Chinese?
You must be fluent in english; have excellent communication and interpersonal skills; be creative and energetic; and be passionate about teaching students english. Read on »
I'm from Mexico. We can talk via ZOOM or Facebook messenger. I'll aprecciate it a lot, because in a few days i will have a work interview. I mean, I'm not looking for a Teacher, but for another English student, to talk with him.
If you have the time and want to put in practice your skills, send me a private message! Thanks! Read on »
'Snow' is commonly used as a noun and a verb. All the following are correct in spoken and written English: Yesterday snow fell in my country. Yesterday there was snow in my country. Yesterday it snowed in my country. Note that you need the word 'it' in front of weather verbs, for example 'it rained', 'it poured with rain', 'it snowed'. Read on »
I had an argument about how is correct to say that "yesterday snow fall in my country" using the verb "snow". I was told that "snowed" is not correct , is not used in spoken English. Please help me to clarify this! The other version was : " Yesterday it was snow in my country" Read on »