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荷叶塘

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Meine Deutsche Lehrerin  

2010-11-29 10:07:49|  分类: familiar prose? |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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I really liked the language.

I liked it the first time our teacher pronounced us the word "Deutsch", which makes the Chinese translation of “德语" reasonable and which led to the thoughts of many other phenomena similar and coherent: why we Chinese are called Chinese; China, China; and English is not that universal to comprehend everything in the field of language, the translation; etc.

I liked it when we met our dearest Deutsch teacher. (How i wish i would let her know how well all of us were thinking of her!) She was already an old lady then. But her pronunciation of the different vowels were beautiful and lovely and her /r/ felt so royal and elegant. It was she who told me that having some personal things and events shared to the students would be something interesting, interacting and mutually understanding. It was she who applied some extremely new method of asking students to be temporary teachers and who organized it smoothly and systematically. It was she who asked us to do dictations and recitations and thus told us these two methods are for all the world the best to train students no matter how old they are.  It was she who taught us the effectiveness of punishments and awards, which would have been thought as stupid and naive for us university students. It was she who created cards and charts wishing all of us could distinguish and at the same time to remember in heart. It was she who could speak standard manderin Chinese and bear our savaged Chinese and our mocking of hers. It was she who could translate a hardbook of novels and stand the teaching of us babbling young babies. It was she who could treat us as young children of hers by memorizing our names, noticing our improvements, and then praising.

We were fascinated by her teaching style, her learned brains, her girlish blush, her romance, and everything. We never ceased talking of her since we met. Some of us even tried to convince the other to choose her as the best and foremost teacher we have ever met!

As times goes by,  i love her the more cos i know now how hard it is to be a good teacher, how rare to be a teacher loved by all and regarded as the best by most, how impossible to be influential and remembered by all the students for the rest of their lives.

Miss Wang, i know you must have retired. sorry i could not use Deutsch to say how thankful i am for your teaching, but i wish to show my earnest and respect to you. It has been long since  i wished to have my words sent to you. and at the meantime i wish you good health! And I am sure all of my classmates have the same wishes too.

 

--谨以此纪念我们最最亲爱的德语老师!可惜我写不来德语,只能用英语凑数!Deutsch - 红色樱草 - 荷叶塘

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