Today, in a presentation class, I had an "impromptu presentation". This is one type of presentation. You go to a stage, and then the professor gives you a question. You have to make a 30 seconds presentation answering the question as soon as possible. This class consists of about 20 students.
I tried to raise my hand as soon as possible, but the first native speaker was so good. I hesitated to do just after him. Then, I couldn't raise my hand again and again. Finally, almost native speakers finished their presentation, and the rest of students were only international students. Absolute silence, silence, silence...
Interestingly, one common understanding was formed. That is "the order of a speaker is based on student's English skill." Naturally, an Indian student raised his hand because everybody was looking at him. Next, a Chinese student, he had been working in
I went to the stage. I hoped the question was easy, but not. The question is "If you were Bush, what would you do against the evil countries (which Bush says) like
I tried to say the following story. "I (Bush) should spend money into NPOs and NGOs which try to educate Korean and
I don't know whether I was able to tell it correctly, but I know the warm shower of applause now. That's enough.