Good bye and good luck
The last day of March means my time as a teacher blogger has drawn to a close. I want to thank everyone for reading the blogs, thanks for your effort in posting comments and (most importantly of all), I wish you all the very best of luck and success in your English studies.
It’s a tricky business learning a language and has its highs and lows so give your self a pat on the back now and again for being a hard working and diligent English student. The photo I’ve put below is of Teah in the park and also of a Chinese guard who approached us and asked if he could practice his English. He’d been learning English for 10 years by himself using ‘New Concept English’ text book and had never spoken to foreigners before and he was so, so nervous as he started to speak and very tongue-tied. My heart went out to him because he was struggling but I really admired him for his dedication. He listens to the radio he has in his hands every day while he is guarding the park, just the English station though so he can improve his listening.
Just to finish off, here is a picture of Teah and I yesterday in the park.
Best wishes to you Yanko, I hope you get the promotion that you want at work some day soon and that you’ll continue to improve in English. If I’m ever in Brazil, I’ll hold you to that barbeque invitation...
All my very best to all you global blog readers, it was great getting to know you
Be healthy, be happy !
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