Monthly Archives: September 2011

Evidence:

I study!             In fact, you may be able to magnify the second photo and figure out how to say that yourself.   Advertisements

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The addict and the roommate…

The best way to help an addict achieve obsession of the mind is to ignore their attempts at civility (which are hard to come by when you live in an addict’s world). The addict, who would be me in this … Continue reading

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Oddity #1

I saw this in our bathroom hanging off of the shower curtain rod and did not know what purpose it served, so I have decided that it is something on which one can dry one’s laundry. Everyone else on the … Continue reading

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I want to keep this guy:

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Language Geek never sleeps.

I have a confession to make: I was experiencing a little bit of stress because I did not know how to conjugate verbs in Russian.                            I know. Not stress like one might have over having one’s wallet stolen, but a … Continue reading

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Stop the lesson bus! I want to get off!

My wallet was stolen/is missing/ran away and joined the circus today. How much can  one lone English teaching foreigner learn from this incident? Let’s leave it at  this; it’s now 11:00 p.m. here and I am still unraveling my afternoon … Continue reading

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Apparently, I am a teen-teaching goddess.

According to my sources (i.e. other teachers), many people here at Language Link are having a terrible time with their teenage classes. I’ve only taught two lessons to mine, so far, but I’ve enjoyed both of them. Teens in these … Continue reading

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