LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||27/MAR/2012 8:23 PM|
|Assunto:||Consonants and vowels|
A little correction here:
I meant "Yep, I must admit technically and grammatically it might be called a vowel."
And you are being very nice towards me, indeed I know well that you learn much more from teachers than from me. Teachers teach us so many lessons without even they or us even realizing it! and not only about the subjects presented in classroom, but about relationship, life, communication, economics, friends, hardships in life, what you have...
In all certainty friendship makes us magnify our positive feelings towards people we like, as they say "Our friends don't see our faults, or conceal them, or soften them."
Well, then I appreciate it, this seems like you are my friend now ;-).
In general, people don´t praise others without being happy, usually it takes hapiness to praise and unhapiness to pick faults. That´s why they say somebody "is not happy about somebody or something" when that "somebody" lashing others out, hehe.
So hugs to you, and to the hundreds thousands of teachers everywhere in this country. Remember, I aim to be one someday in life :-)
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