Black English teachers in Cambodia,Yes or No

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frank lee bent wrote: Wed Jul 04, 2018 7:35 pm here is a clue> OP is a black American.
How did you ferret out that piece of info and do you have additional biographical info? He has definitely raised the level of trolling on this forum.
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I am not at liberty to divulge techniques, but yes, i do know exactly who he is.
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frank lee bent wrote:I am not at liberty to divulge techniques, but yes, i do know exactly who he is.
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Hmm at my workplace is influenced by Indian and Filipino English. ;)
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What are all those many many black NIgerians all doing here anyway . Do most have jobs and if so for what-teaching english? I never really understood how effective a person teaching english can be if he knows no local language.
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A friend of mine from Angola tried to look for a job as a kindergarten teacher. Unfortunately she only got part time work and had to go back home.
(to be fair, her English wasn't perfect)

I know a handful of Nigerians here that have an honest job or their own business (the one Hanno mentioned is an awesome guy (RA). Most of them though seem dodgy af.

Once ran into three Nigerians in the supermarket and asked them where they are from. Two said Nigeria so I mentioned 419 (I was a bit intoxicated and I tend to speak allot in that state. I was being friendly though) the third one, when I asked him where he was from said, South Africa. So I asked him if he was doing the American thing, where you pretend to be Canadian. They were not amused 🤣

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zmth wrote: Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:22 am What are all those many many black NIgerians all doing here anyway . Do most have jobs and if so for what-teaching english? I never really understood how effective a person teaching english can be if he knows no local language.
You sir, do most definitely have a good point here.

However in terms of actually learning English. .then a person from the British Empire should be the first call, and then related English speaking countries. Please note that Great Britain is a multicultural society.

I'm more against Khmers learning English from tourists who cannot even speak English properly, Tefel or not
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shnoukieBRO wrote: Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:17 am However in terms of actually learning English. .then a person from the British Empire should be the first call, and then related English speaking countries.
Do you mean the former British Empire?

It's probably better to say that a person from an 'inner circle' country should be the first call, provided they are qualified.

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