Not a teacher, mind you.
This is far from perfect, even now. But I did offer some suggestions.Earlier this morning, we went to the elementary school to view the senior schoolmates' teaching demonstration.
But the bus that we had ordered (I don't like 'ordered,' perhaps you could think of a different word) did not come, so we had no alternative but to take a taxi.
Our teacher was very generous in paying the taxi fare for us.
Certainly, we did not have the brass to ask our teacher.
To my surprise, one of my classmates actually had the brass to appluse (?!?) the thing.
It just took 30 dollars for each to take the taxi and I did not know why [he
had the mindset]. -- perhaps you mean "I did not know what made him do that"?
When we got there, after viewing [and we already had viewed] the teaching demonstration, we gave [the] feedback and our suggestions to our senior schoolmates. (a bit awkward, but I can't think of anything right now).
Eventually, we prepared to go back to [s]the[/s] our school and my teacher [want] asked me to take the taxi with him.
However, [the]my shameless peer wanted to take the taxi with us.
I did not know what [I should] to say.
My classmates felt that he is [so] shameless, as well.
Perhaps, he is just this man.= = / Perhaps that's just the way he is.
I so very much hope this isn't homework.
Student or Learner