Friday, April 27, 2007

안녕하세요 레이 신생님!*

I received this email 2 days ago. Last time I checked, I already resigned from my job as a teacher a long time ago. Jenny doesn't get it.

*Ahn-nyeong-ha-seyo Lei San-saeng-nim! (Hello Teacher Lei!)

8 comments:

Shari said...

*Ahn-nyeong-ha-seyo Lei San-saeng-nim! (Hello Teacher Lei!) <-had to laugh at this. Ang haba ng sinabi, yun lang pala ibig sabihin.

Maybe your former student trusts you so much that she wants you to go with her. :)

lei said...

shari or maybe, she just wants me to make libre! hehe

JJ said...

cute. I wonder how you teach these kids to speak english. :) you must be a patient person and all that. carry on!

It would be nice though if you could teach some politicians and high ranking policemen how to speak proper English. Ever watched the prime time news? They could save about half of their time if they would speak tagalog during the interviews. Pa-sosi pa kasi ayan ang bagal sumagot! Nyahaha!

lei said...

jj you need tons of patience to teach Korean kids! well, better than teaching the old ones, in my opinion.

hey i get what you mean about the politicians trying hard to speak english. they're so funny, man. sometimes my kids speak better english and make much more sense!

enoc said...

e ano reply mo sa kanya? :D

{illyria} said...

i've never been patient. which is why i can't be a teacher, a trainer, a caregiver, a mother, etc. LOL. but i do applaud you. i'd love to interact with someone unimmersed in the english language. :)

iskoo said...

mukhang love ka ng mga estudyante mo at hinahanap hanap ka nila.

lei said...

enoc sabi ko she should ask the head teacher if he will allow me to bring her out kahit i don't work there anymore. wala eh, im so nice kasi. hehe

illyria oh god achi, it'll give you headache. but it's fun though. i now have uber long patience because not only am i a nurse, but also a teacher! arrgh

iskoo haay im so nice kasi eh. *wink*