Mang bu mang?

We had a language assessment this week that required a one-on-one conversation with the teacher. She asked me things such as, "What is your name," which sounded like, "What do you like to do in your free time." Needless to say I had a difficult time responding to the questions. Perhaps it was the five classmates watching our conversation.

Despite the difficulty it has been amazing how quickly we are learning things. Every day is packed with learning.

We received our official class list for next week's model school. We have 24 students and we will teach one hour each day (two 50 minute sessions: one for Andrew and one for me). We had the idea of doing a week's theme around American Culture, but it is difficult to decide on good communicative activities which relate to American Culture. We will see.

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