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this is what happens when you teach a difficult subject in your students third language

“weight is the SI unit of the moon”

“we measure length using fat”

“pressure is the amount of water that is boiling”

“mass is the quantity of life in an object”

“pressure is a disease which happens in the body of people, it is very dangerous”

“the weight of a body is due to the force of spelling”

“translucent is the process of translucing light and transparent is the process of transparing light”

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5 Comments on “this is what happens when you teach a difficult subject in your students third language”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    “mass is the quantity of life in an object”
    That is very philosophical.
    “pressure is a disease which happens in the body of people, it is very dangerous” This is true, isn’t it??
    “translucent is the process of translucing light and transparent is the process of transparing light”
    That is my favorite!

  2. Larry Clemens Says:

    Morgan Mundane (Steve Cannon) used read the barometer and say “the pressure is immense”!

  3. Kristen Says:

    heheheh those are funny!

    your package is en route!!

    hope you like :o)

    me misses you.

  4. david Says:

    Clare, I am a fellow parishioner with your mother. I travel to Africa to work on education, healthcare and economic improvements. I am very impressed with your work.
    The act of charity is to give to those who have less as you would if you saw Christ in them.
    true charity is you giving to Christ. It is a private and holy contract and that is why it produces so much joy. God bless you.

  5. larry clemens Says:

    Clare
    Tanzania has a malaria reduction program. What is your impression of it? Do the poor people buy the nets or do they do w/o? There is a major flap in the Malaria treatment empire as one fellow want to give the nets free, while others see a cottage industry in nets.

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