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    Default Should I answer any question?

    I don't know if people in this forum wish only a respectable teacher to answer their questions or not.
    You know, here calls "ask a teacher".

    Should I try to answer other learners' questions too (even if I'm still learning)?

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    Default Re: Should I answer any question?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wai_Wai
    I don't know if people in this forum wish only a respectable teacher to answer their questions or not.
    You know, here calls "ask a teacher".

    Should I try to answer other learners' questions too (even if I'm still learning)?
    I am NOT a respectable teacher. I slap my students around, get them in a headlock and then give them a knuckle sandwich! And if that's not enough and they still bellyache, I will wrestle them down to the ground and make sure they have something to squawk about.
    They know my staple line I have got for all of them and it's always stayed the same:

    "I've got a minute to spare, tell me everything you know".


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    Damn, the teacher of my dreams!

    Go ahead Wai Wai, answering questions helps you as much as it helps others, if not more.

    FRC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Francois
    Damn, the teacher of my dreams!

    Go ahead Wai Wai, answering questions helps you as much as it helps others, if not more.

    FRC

    Damn, the teacher of my dreams!

    You got it, Francois! This is where I come in! Your kids misbehave, just give me a dingle and I will be over to straighten them out! I am not a big person but I can still handle most teenagers. I have a few mean little tricks up my sleeve and I promise you they work! If a kid is disruptive, I lean over and whisper in his ear:
    "It's either silence or Armageddon, chucklehead".

    Then you show him your fist and the conversation is over. Short and sweet. There is no time to waste!
    And it works, Francois!

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