Jessie💞Isabella
Today I took my daughter to a theater and watched a movie which was recommended by her teacher. The title of the movie is “My PE teacher “. What is interesting about PE lessons in K12 school around here is that they are not considered important and necessary. So main subject teachers often take up PE lessons for math, Chinese, English and the like, especially in high school when students are going to have the final entrance exam for higher education. The PE teacher in the movie is facing this situation but trying to make a difference.
Feb 2, 2022 4:02 PM
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So main subject teachers often TAKE up PE lessons for math, Chinese, English and the like... Do you mean that the teachers replace these subjects with the time that the kids are supposed to be in PE?
Feb 2, 2022 11:24 PM
Today I took my daughter to a theater and watched a movie which was recommended by her teacher. The title of the movie is “My PE teacher “. What is interesting about PE lessons in K12 school around here is that they are not considered important and necessary. So main subject teachers often replace PE lessons with maths, Chinese, English and the like, especially in high school when students are going to have the final entrance exam for higher education. The PE teacher in the movie is facing this situation but trying to make a difference.
I would say the PE lessons are replaced with/by the other subjects, or swapped for the other subjects.
Feb 3, 2022 1:49 PM
Today I took my daughter to the theater and we watched a movie that was recommended by her teacher. The title of the movie is “My PE teacher “. The interesting thing about PE lessons in K12 school here is that they are not considered important nor necessary. So main subject teachers often take up PE lessons for math, Chinese, English and the like; especially in high school when students are going to have the final entrance exam for higher education. The PE teacher in the movie faces this situation but tries to make a difference.
Excellent work! Just a couple of mistakes but you generally connected your clauses appropriately
Feb 2, 2022 5:33 PM
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