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Гриша vs Владимир - Questions and Answers (Elephant)

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The class teacher asks students to name an animal that begins with an “E”. One boy says, “Elephant.”

Then the teacher asks for an animal that begins with a “T”. The same boy says, “Two elephants.”

The teacher sends the boy out of the class for bad behavior. After that she asks for an animal beginning with “M”.

The boy shouts from the other side of the wall: “Maybe an elephant!”

Discussion

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2017/04/13 17:14

What kind of lesson was it?

GrishaGrisha, 2017/04/16 15:32

To my mind, it is English. Why did the teacher send the boy out of the calss?

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2017/04/16 17:03

For bad behavior.
Is the teacher a man or a woman?

GrishaGrisha, 2017/04/16 18:45, 2017/06/28 11:53

There is Insufficient information in the text. Did the teacher do the right thing with boy?

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2017/04/16 18:55

Yes, the teacher did the right thing.
The text gives sufficient information if the teacher is a man or a woman.

GrishaGrisha, 2017/04/16 19:21, 2017/06/28 11:57

Sorry. I didn't handle that well. Teacher is a woman. Perhaps, it is <article> geography lesson. What do you think?

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2017/04/16 19:40

I think it is a spelling lesson.
What is so dangerous in “bad behavior” that the teacher decided to punish the boy?

GrishaGrisha, 2017/04/17 11:11, 2017/06/28 11:58

The teacher was losing credibility in the student's eyes, so she sends the boy out of the class. How she could be otherwise?word order (ЮН)

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2017/04/23 12:29, 2017/04/23 12:30

If the teacher lost “credibility in the student's eyes” already in the past, and now “she sends the boy out of the class”, then is it that she punishes the boy reasonlessly?
She could keep him in the class and gain more benefits.

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