Here are a few of the numbers that I use in my classes.
I use this one for my Spanish class because I’m a huge fan of Spanish and I love being able to talk to kids about it.
If you’re interested in how I’m doing in my Spanish class, I’m currently #14.
I have a few other numbers that I use. My math is pretty solid when it comes to numbers. I like to use the number 18 as my main number because it signifies the beginning of the beginning, the beginning of the end, and the beginning of everything. My other numbers are 18, 21, 30, and 39.
I’ve always had a problem with the number 18, but I’ve always found myself using it in situations where I was being a little too ambitious. In English, you’re supposed to get an A in English composition, but in Spanish you’re supposed to get a B+ because the beginning of the beginning is 18.
In Spanish, you don’t have to put an A in English composition, but you have to put an B in Spanish composition. When you take a test in Spanish, they ask you to write a short essay about the following situation, and then you have to do a problem-solving exercise to figure out what problem is most likely to be solved.
So if youre a student in Spanish youre really not supposed to get an A in Spanish composition. But when you take another test like English composition, you have to put an A in English composition, and if you dont, they say that you didnt put an A in the first place.
Yeah, you see that all too often with Spanish speakers. It seems like they are constantly trying to fit in with the rest of the world and their native language.
Its not so much that they are trying to fit in, its more like they are trying to be better, stronger, more important, more successful. A Spanish person who is trying to fit in with the rest of the world, they’re not as good as the Spanish learner who is trying to fit in with the world, not as successful, nor as strong.