わたし の しょうがっこう YOUKOSO, WILLKOMMEN, BIENVENIDOS, DOBRO POSHALOVAT', KARIBU!!! (to "my" Japanese elementary schools) カタリ-ナ

Friday, March 25, 2005

Eigo wa totemo tanoshii desu! (="English is fun" and it's a pleasure to teach nice kids like them) 4-1 of TOBATACHUO


Eating lunch with the children also is great fun – sometimes they don’t know how to handle the situation having a gaijin (this word means "foreigner" but also "alien") at their table and can’t help giggling. But many times they are so curious and have so many questions, not only trivial ones like “What’s your favourite fruit/colour/animal?” etc. but also more specific ones like “What did you like the least in today’s lunch?”, “Which person is your favourite in this school?”, “Who is the cutest out of these three boys?”, "Do you wear socks when you sleep?", “Hmmm, Germany, are the German and English languages very different?” (I was asked that question by a firstgrader!)

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