Theysay that first impressions are very important. My first impression of Mrs. Liwas that she was nervous and shy. I think perhaps she was, as it was her firstlesson with us. But now, after two weeks, the class really likes working withher. She's kind and patient, and she explains English grammar so clearly thateven I can understand it! ---She avoids making you feel stupid! I've alwayshated making mistakes or pronouncing a word incorrectly when I speak English,but Mrs. Li just smiles, so that you don't feel completely stupid! I thinkmaybe she goes a bit too slowly for the faster students, but for me it'swonderful! I feel I'm going to make progress with her.
I'dguess that Mrs. Chen is almost sixty. She's very strict—we don't dare to say aword unless she asks us to. She's also very serious and doesn't smile much.When she asks you to do something, you do it immediately! There are a fewstudents in our class who keep coming to class late but they're always on timefor Mrs. Chen's lessons! Some of our class don't like her, but most of usreally appreciate her because her teaching is so well organised and clear. Anda few students even admit liking her! During scientific experiments, sheexplains exactly what is happening and as a result my work is improving.Physics will never be my favourite lesson, but I think that I’ll do well in theexam with Mrs Chen teaching me.
Mr.Wu’s only been teaching us for two weeks and he’s already very popular. I thinkthis is because he really enjoys teaching Chinese literature ---- he loves it,in fact! He’s got so much energy, this is one class you do not fall asleep in!He’s about 28, I think, and is rather good-looking. He talks loudly and fast,and waves his hands about a lot when he gets excited. He’s really amusing andtells jokes when he thinks we’re getting bored. Even things like compositionsand summaries are fun with Mr. Wu. I respect him a lot.
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