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post #166 of 175 (permalink) Old Jan 11th, 2011, 10:03 AM Thread Starter
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Where do you work now Sarah?
Oh and welcome to the work reality life
haha, thanks, not loving it so far
I work part time in my dad's bank office (with the intention to do that full time in the future) and I'm a part time French teacher in secondary school (17-18 year olds)
the teacher thing is because I needed something else part time, but I'm still not sure I really want it
today they were ok, but yesterday I had one class that was really annoying me

I want to be a student again
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I don't want to spam but i'm looking for new players for a very small tennisgame i'm playing of the following forum. It is Dutch so I think will only be interesting for the Dutch speaking people here.
http://z3.invisionfree.com/Het_Tenni...ex.php?act=idx
you are the manager of a team with 16 tennis players and choose them and their tournaments. The fun thing is that any player can only be in one team. So if you start your team won't have the biggest team but if you are a tennisfan you can soon climb up. I play if now for one year and I have Petkovic, Goerges, Kvitova, Dolgopolov, ... (and even Federer whom I gained from a team that quit). you can change as much as you want so if you spot someone playing good add him to your team and fire a playing who isn't making up promises.
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haha, thanks, not loving it so far
I work part time in my dad's bank office (with the intention to do that full time in the future) and I'm a part time French teacher in secondary school (17-18 year olds)
the teacher thing is because I needed something else part time, but I'm still not sure I really want it
today they were ok, but yesterday I had one class that was really annoying me

I want to be a student again
Talking about that you have the quizz programm "Blokken!" I've noticed there was no final edition of the best participants last year. Shame, the year before there was. Anyway I know someone who could have gone all the way if there was a final.
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Talking about that you have the quizz programm "Blokken!" I've noticed there was no final edition of the best participants last year. Shame, the year before there was. Anyway I know someone who could have gone all the way if there was a final.
lol, who could that be?

what gave it away that it was me? talking about seeing Kim in Rosmalen last year or the tennis questions that were way too easy

I think last year they did this edition with the berst participants because it was the 3000th episode... they told me if they ever do something like that again for like number 4000 or 5000, I'll definitely be in it
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lol, who could that be?what gave it away that it was me? talking about seeing Kim in Rosmalen last year or the tennis questions that were way too easy I think last year they did this edition with the berst participants because it was the 3000th episode... they told me if they ever do something like that again for like number 4000 or 5000, I'll definitely be in it

To answer your first question I"ll leave it up to you.
Yep, and your location. BTW, I know where Ruiselede is situated. I think it's an industrial zone and not sure on the road to Tielt, a prison/monastery or something like that. And I think you still have Biebuyck (quick freeze products) in the industrial zone.
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Hi Sarah, I haven't visited this forum in a while, but it's good to be back. Could you recommend a good book for beginners French?

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haha, thanks, not loving it so far
I work part time in my dad's bank office (with the intention to do that full time in the future) and I'm a part time French teacher in secondary school (17-18 year olds)
the teacher thing is because I needed something else part time, but I'm still not sure I really want it
today they were ok, but yesterday I had one class that was really annoying me

I want to be a student again

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Hi Sarah, I haven't visited this forum in a while, but it's good to be back. Could you recommend a good book for beginners French?
hm, depends, how beginner French are we talking?
And do you want to get to the real French literature?
I'll think about it and come back to you
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To answer your first question I"ll leave it up to you.
Yep, and your location. BTW, I know where Ruiselede is situated. I think it's an industrial zone and not sure on the road to Tielt, a prison/monastery or something like that. And I think you still have Biebuyck (quick freeze products) in the industrial zone.
wow you know a lot about Ruiselede!
it's not just an industrial zone, but well, not that there's that much else
there is a monastery on the road to Tielt indeed, and we have a children's 'prison'/institution aswell
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Oh good to see people here (yes I have not been good at keeping up with things).


Alfie, learning french?

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haha, thanks, not loving it so far
I work part time in my dad's bank office (with the intention to do that full time in the future) and I'm a part time French teacher in secondary school (17-18 year olds)
the teacher thing is because I needed something else part time, but I'm still not sure I really want it
today they were ok, but yesterday I had one class that was really annoying me

I want to be a student again
teaching can be good but you need to be up for it, because it's so demanding and it requires lot of patience I work with younger kids I think it's nicer (younger, more curious).

17-18 is a tough age, good luck with that

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