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ok it is getting better

I have internet at the school and I can use it now and again. It will be especially nice to use the internet on the weekends. I am still getting use to the new teaching gig. I teach all ages and groups, but 15 hours a week teaching the army is quite a different experience. A lot of the soldiers I taught this morning have done a tour in Iraq. Nice guys. The textbook is military English (writing military reports etc.). It is quite techical and a bit boring. But I can supplement the class with some additional discussion.

A whole new experience again.

I will see how it goes. . .

the world is a big place indeed


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