Today I had a memorable moment in my 6:00pm student’s English conversation lesson at my English conversation (英会話) school, Smith’s School of English Tsukaguchi (スミス英会話塚口校) in Tsukaguchi (塚口), Amagasaki (尼崎市), Hyogo Prefecture (兵庫県). Part of the lesson was spent reviewing material that I’d taught my student before called “Go” Means “Become”, which teaches how “go” can mean “become”. For example, instead of saying “become crazy”, one can say “go crazy”. She had forgotten some vocabulary so it was a great review for her and she did a great job. After finishing that part of her lesson, we heard what sounded like a man scream something strange-sounding outside. To my absolute delight, she said, “He has gone crazy!” (^.^) We both laughed and I praised her for using material she’d just reviewed perfectly. This made me very happy. I am so proud of her. Great job! Teaching English in Japan has its’ memorable moments and this was definitely one of them. (^.^)
Smith’s School of English Tsukaguchi
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