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We met a new teacher.
Our school has two teachers system.
One is the main teacher and is supposed to teach from Mondays to Wednesdays.
The other called "Tutor"? is supposed to give lessons for the rest of the week.

Our tutor used to be a teacher in Japan.
Of course, he is an Australian but he knows Japanese and its culture as well.
When he spoke some Japanese words, I felt weird a little.

Since he is familiar with Japanese, I often was called on first...haha
Actually, he was the previous teacher of most of my classmates.
He seems to be a nice guy since my classmates like him.
He teaches in a more western way.

I mean compared to the main teacher, we can be more relaxed.
I don't know if its good for us or not.
I prefer her way of teaching,
but both teachers are good - of course (and they are both IELTS examiners).

Anyway, I hope I can prepare for my university life through taking their lessons
and doing hard work here.

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come upon in daily life.
1. comfy (on TV)
= comfortable
2. jeepers creepers (on TV)
= expressing surprise or alarm
3. delusion (on TV)
= the act of believing or making yourself believe sth that is not true
4. infernal (on TV)
= terrible
5. fishing rod (on TV)
= a long wooden or plastic stick with fishing line and hook attached, that is used for catching fish
6. doom (on TV)
= to make sb/ sth certain to fail, suffer, die, etc
7. hit the spot (on TV)
= be exactly what is required (satisfied)
8. vortex (on TV)
= whirling mass, especially a whirlpool or whirlwind


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