A THANK YOU MESSAGE! (1B1 & 1B2)

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THIS POST IS TO THANK  ALL MY 1B1 & 1B2  STUDENTS FOR THEIR HELP AND SUPPORT ALL YEAR ROUND. IT´S BEEN  A TOUGH YEAR FOR MOST OF YOU, I KNOW, I KNOW….. BUT I HOPE YOU THINK IT HAS BEEN WORTH THE EFFORT. I´M ALSO AWARE THAT AS A TEACHER YOU CAN´T BE EVERYONE´S CUP OF TEA BUT I DO HOPE TO HAVE MADE THE RIGHT DECISIONS…THANK YOU FOR YOUR INVOLVEMENT AND COLLABORATION, ANYWAY…

IT WAS A PLEASURE TO TEACH YOU! HOPE YOU ENJOY YOUR SUMMER AND DON´T FORGET YOUR ENGLISH!! IN A FEW DAYS I WILL PUBLISH A POST WITH IDEAS ON HOW TO KEEP UP YOUR ENGLISH DURING THE SUMMER. WE´LL MEET AGAIN!

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Posted on May 17, 2018, in BITS & PIECES and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Thank you too. I’ll be waiting for these ideas 🙂

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  2. Paloma Díaz Rodríguez

    Hi teacher,
    thank you too, for being so dedicated. We all appreciate it, and of course, the pleasure has been all ours.
    I wish you too a great summer holidays, you deserve it.
    See you at school, I hope so.

    Yours faithfully,

    Paloma

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