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    "The best teachers are often found in the corners."

    Does that mean that it isn’t easy for us to find qualified teachers or they (the best teachers) are marginalized?

    Last edited by Odessa Dawn; 05-Nov-2012 at 03:15. Reason: Adding inverted commas

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    Default Re: "in the corners"

    You have departed from your usual practice of naming the source of your quotations.

    In what context did you find this sentence?

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    Default Re: "in the corners"

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    You have departed from your usual practice of naming the source of your quotations.

    In what context did you find this sentence?

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    Thank you sir for your question.

    The first video on
    this page, "Public schools are teaching what?"

    Or you can check it on YouTube.
    Public Schools are Teaching What??? - YouTube!

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    Default Re: "in the corners"

    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn View Post


    "The best teachers are often found in the corners."

    Does that mean that it isn’t easy for us to find qualified teachers or they (the best teachers) are marginalized?



    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn View Post
    Thank you sir for your question.

    The first video on
    this page, "Public schools are teaching what?"

    Or you can check it on YouTube.
    Public Schools are Teaching What??? - YouTube!
    Regarding Syria he wrote: "Now, the best solution to get out of this war – or air strikes – in Gaza is to return to Syria, and strongly, for whoever is responsible for the launch of the home-made rockets in Gaza did this whilst being well aware that there is no equivalence. The whole purpose of this was to save al-Assad, whose days are numbered; indeed his ouster is just around the corner".

    More: Arab paper: Leave Israel alone, deal with Syria - Israel News, Ynetnews

    around the corner - Idioms - by the Free Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.


    We have in the corners and then we have around the corner. The later is an understandable idiom but the former needs to be defined. Will you tell me what is meant by in the corners?

    "... the best teachers are often found in the corners."


    More: Public Schools are Teaching What??? - YouTube!

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    Default Re: "in the corners"

    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn View Post
    "The best teachers are often found in the corners."
    It is not clear from the video what this is supposed to mean.
    Please do not edit your question after it has received a response. Such editing can make the response hard for others to understand.


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