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Teaching and Living in Cambodia

Post by greg.lavalleye » Sat Feb 17, 2018 3:57 pm

I am currently in Vietnam. I am from USA with many years of math and English teaching in all levels. I havr my TEFSOL and bachelor's from USA. Please let me know ogling and available jobs in Cambodia! Tank you. [email protected]
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Re: Teaching and Livin

Post by frank lee bent » Sat Feb 17, 2018 4:03 pm

the ogling is ok, nothing special. salary in Vietnam is double that found here mostly.
brown people get completely screwed here on salary, though a USA degree will probably help with that, should you be of darker than lily white heritage.
People from Philippines get screwed the worst.

here is a real school that pays better, they want a CELTA last i heard, pay maybe 2.5 k /month?
https://acecambodia.org/
there are some others
Vlad?
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Re: Teaching and Living in Cambodia

Post by General Mackevili » Sat Feb 17, 2018 5:41 pm


greg.lavalleye wrote:I am currently in Vietnam. I am from USA with many years of math and English teaching in all levels. I havr my TEFSOL and bachelor's from USA. Please let me know ogling and available jobs in Cambodia! Tank you. [email protected]
No offense, but I really think you will struggle to find anything in Cambodia.

You want a job teaching English, yet you can't spell for shit. You are easy to find on Facebook, and you appear to be a total drunk with lots of pictures of you out drinking with local women.

Nothing wrong with that, but if you don't have the common sense to spell a bit better than a 4th grader when asking for help finding a teaching job and you look like a drunken sexpat on your Facebook page, I doubt you have the common sense to do much else.



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Re: Teaching and Living in Cambodia

Post by frank lee bent » Sat Feb 17, 2018 5:48 pm

you better stay where you are with those cute girls unless some of them are tryna kill you
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Re: Teaching and Living in Cambodia

Post by Kuroneko » Sat Feb 17, 2018 6:33 pm

General Mackevili wrote:
Sat Feb 17, 2018 5:41 pm
You want a job teaching English, yet you can't spell for shit. You are easy to find on Facebook, and you appear to be a total drunk with lots of pictures of you out drinking with local women.

Nothing wrong with that, but if you don't have the common sense to spell a bit better than a 4th grader when asking for help finding a teaching job and you look like a drunken sexpat on your Facebook page, I doubt you have the common sense to do much else.
I just checked his FB Ối trời ơi :lol:

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Re: Teaching and Living in Cambodia

Post by that genius » Sat Feb 17, 2018 7:11 pm

You guys are so nasty.

His xhamster videos all use correct spelling.

And Cambodia needs more sexpats.

I heard vlad stopped helping people after he got treated like shit trying to help people so often.
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Re: Teaching and Living in Cambodia

Post by simon43 » Sat Feb 17, 2018 7:16 pm

Had a look at his FB photos.

Might I suggest a trip to AA would be more productive than a trip to Cambodia.

PS - Who is crazy phuong?
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Re: Teaching and Living in Cambodia

Post by markd » Sat Feb 17, 2018 9:40 pm

damn dude! you have got the hottest looking babes in your 1462 fb 'friends'.
you a busy teacher by the look of your fb.
thru shit to more shit
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Re: Teaching and Living in Cambodia

Post by soup » Sat Feb 17, 2018 11:44 pm

General Mackevili wrote:
Sat Feb 17, 2018 5:41 pm
greg.lavalleye wrote:I am currently in Vietnam. I am from USA with many years of math and English teaching in all levels. I havr my TEFSOL and bachelor's from USA. Please let me know ogling and available jobs in Cambodia! Tank you. [email protected]
No offense, but I really think you will struggle to find anything in Cambodia.

You want a job teaching English, yet you can't spell for shit. You are easy to find on Facebook, and you appear to be a total drunk with lots of pictures of you out drinking with local women.

Nothing wrong with that, but if you don't have the common sense to spell a bit better than a 4th grader when asking for help finding a teaching job and you look like a drunken sexpat on your Facebook page, I doubt you have the common sense to do much else.



I only say this to give you genuine feedback that you desperately need.

Tanks.

This is the general releasing only one barrel of the shotgun. Should you want the other barrel, come on down! :whip:
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Re: Teaching and Living in Cambodia

Post by Jamie_Lambo » Sat Feb 17, 2018 11:52 pm

markd wrote:
Sat Feb 17, 2018 9:40 pm
damn dude! you have got the hottest looking babes in your 1462 fb 'friends'.
you a busy teacher by the look of your fb.
haha dayyyymmnnnn his facebook is worse than mine, nearly :twisted:

looks like hes been in/visiting Vietnam for a while since at least like 2013
the guy likes KTVs, Top Bloke in my eyes :beer3: haha
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