Due to Korean Burecracy

I'm going to use the book and the computer for the first 4 or 5
classes. I figure I can do a chapter a week and stretch it out a bit.
I'll come up with fun games for the students and I'll just go from
there. Therefore, I'll just postpone my lessons until next month. The
students have tests on the material in the book i.e. "Hi, my name
is...." and the even more difficult, "What is that? It's a pencil."
Yeah. I know. Most of my students are on a much higher level of
English, but the teachers insist and so do some parents who's children
are not quite up to par.

I don't have to do any Dead Poet's Society shite here. I just have to
follow the tight and fallow path to apathy.


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