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Sometimes when I remember something embarassing I once did, I try to think of this one time in my spanish class when we were first practicing numbers and then started to read a text aloud. Our teacher called on a boy who clearly wasn‘t listening the whole time and he had no clue what he was supposed to do. The whole class was just like: Read! Line 22!

And he still didn‘t get it so the class repeated: Line 22! 22!

And he was finally like: Oh yeah. Um… veintidós!

I don‘t know if this is funny to you but to me it certainly is.

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Okay, I know I’m literally the worst at posting since I last wrote months ago, but since Umbrella Academy season 2 is coming out soon I plan on re-watching the first season within the next week or two. After that, hopefully I will have more inspiration and more structure as to what happens in the episodes to start writing my Spanish Class series again. This isn’t a promise, but I want to try to write a part every week (every Friday or Saturday). Both my permanent taglist and this series’s taglist are open, and so are all other requests!

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I had a day of hating life and school and learning and everything today, so here’s a positive I got:

My spanish teacher is one of my 4 favourite teachers for 3 reasons:

-Allows me to skip speaking and let me leave class if I need to and didn’t question why I always had an appointment with a social worker in her class slot

-Only teacher who hasn’t had a go at me if my work was late/missing, and actually took the time to listen and understand why it was late/missing, gave me extensions or other work that I could do

-Always leaves nice notes and suggestions on my work, whereas all but 3 other teachers (my other 3 favourites) always just wrote a test score, grade or presentation score.

Here’s the note she wrote on my speaking exam today:

 "Hola [Deadname] ,
It was lovely to hear from you earlier and what an excellent speaking it was. You developed your photo description to include all parts of PALM and it sounded natural with opinion phrases built in. Your other 2 bullet points included a variety of adjectives/ connectives and you used the conditional tenses in both! I really liked how you gave an example of how you would improve your town too. Try and think how you could include the phrase ‘si pudiera cambiaría’ (It’s a grade 9 style phrase and you’re a super star and more than capable of using this). Let me know if any work is going to be late or if you can’t make a call. I wont be setting more this week or next for you and [other G8 student].  Excellent work today, El, well done! :)“

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When I was in 8th grade I liked to find songs and ask my Spanish teacher to play them and he would. I asked him to play a lot of Cg5, and when he decided to not to play songs anymore it was after we watched the Duolingo song (we used a lot of duolingo). He was an awesome teacher though and we would have “educational events” that were really just us bringing food and watching a movie (all related to the class, of course)

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i can never remember the name of the film, but when i was in 7th grade and had my first spanish class we watched this french flick ( yeah i didn’t learn shit in that spanish class ). it was about a group of kids murduring the woman taking care of them and they hide her in a giant grandfather clock? when i was in 7th grade? and in a spanish class? ahhhhh public school back in the day.

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Spanish Class Quotes

“so what if they figure out later on that doctor phil is planning to kill them, so they all just beat the shit out of him”

“honestly y’all can’t tell me the backseat of cop cars don’t smell like vomit and sweat” “… you’ve been in the back of a cop car?” “yeah, you haven’t?” “no, cause that’s not NORMAL” “yeah it is! come on, alex, lexi, back me up” “yeah they do kinda smell awful” “they smell like stale piss” “MOVING ON”

“so i get to punch lucas in the face?” “i mean yeah i guess” “AWESOME IVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY”

“oh Dios mío, ¡estás jodidamente loco!?” ((our poor innocent/ignorant spanish teacher)) “what does that mean?” “oh uh, i told lucas he was being really crazy”


“what’s the spanish word for brand?” “mamón” “aLEX DO NOT TELL HER THAT IS THE WORD FOR BRAND” “why what did alex say” “… i can’t repeat it”

“i’m just saying if we called the police this wouldn’t have happened” “he took your pencil not your fucking child calm down”

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Hello everyone! I know that I’ve been super inactive, but I’ve just had a lot of school work and sports to do first. Just thought I’d let people know that I didn’t forget about this story (Spanish Class) and have actually made some short layouts for each chapter. At the moment I’ve written short summaries for 15 more parts, but the story could potentially be 20 or more parts depending on how I work it out. If you have any suggestions after each part or some you’d like to share now, comment on DM me. Thanks!

P.S. - requests are still open for all fandoms on my Request List.

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Me in Spanish class: speaks in long, eloquent sentences about the horrors of the Spanish civil war while using complex vocabulary.

Also me in Spanish class: forgets how to say six and is confused at seeing 18 spelled out.

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Spanish 1-3 textbooks: translate this sentence into Spanish “Maria and Juan went to the supermarket”

Spanish 4 textbooks: Do you think that the nacionalists who committed atrocities during the Spanish civil war should be pardoned? Explain why or why not using at least three vocabulary words.

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So, my old spanish teacher–hes awesome and adorably awkward–has dual citizenship in Mexico and the US, but he lived most of his young life in Mexico. You couldn’t tell by looking at him though (he’s a pale ginger), but some of my favorite sayings are from that class

1. So, we were learning verbs to clean and Mr. Arnold couldn’t think of the English translation of limpiar (to clean). He struggled and struggled, waving his hands in the air until he said “Unmessify!” 

and i went “Oh, you mean clean?”

2. We were learning the culture and etiquette of Spain, and Mr Arnold asked us what some of our household rules were, but we had to say it in Spanish. One was “no shoes on the carpet”. Mr Arnold wrote it on the board, and later someone asked what it meant so they could write it in their notes. He stared at it for a couple of minutes, struggling and finally saying “Shoes. Carpet. Not.”

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so my dead name is mentioned in a very popular song rigjt now and everyone is singing it. i hate it for obvious reasons. but someone was playing it in spanish class and i was just like ‘no turn it off’ and some dude made the conection and just went 'hey *deadname* when’s your birthday’ and i just turned around slowly and said 'if you call me that again, i will slit your throat’ and just went back to my work

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