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    Quote Originally Posted by Johannes Black View Post
    It isn't allowed to correct people's grammar on a forum. It's insulting.
    Yeah, but I think the internet police give a pass in a teaching sub-forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johannes Black View Post
    My grammar sucks.

    Beside this, you (we) are not allowed to teach grammar in Thailand. But you did know this, isn't it?


    There is so much humour in your posts, JB. Keep it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johannes Black
    It isn't allowed to correct people's grammar on a forum. It's insulting.
    Who or what is the "it" you refer to, please ? I hope you are not calling barrylad66 "it". It would be very insulting if you were.

    Do you look like Brad Pitt ?

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    LOL!

    Nice forum indeed. Good morning!


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    I did this for 5 moths in Thailand. Hated it. Need more classroom management training. Teaching adults who pay lots of money to study is much easier. They are attentive, respectful and eager to learn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThaiMassage
    I did this for 5 moths in Thailand.
    In a Thai school, without a Thai teacher? What age of student?

    Judging from your name you have at least found a profession that you enjoy and the ned result is more satisfying.

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