1.)A person who is running amuck due to a paucity of corporal punishment as a child.
2.) Any Canadian who enjoys drugs, does not read a "conservative" newspaper, gets drunk frequently or happens to teach English in New Zealand.
3.) Anybody scared of getting their backside caned, strapped of smacked for bringing their family or institution into disrepute or abstaining from its beliefs.
Adrienne is a liberal who teaches English in New Zealand and does not support the corporal punishment of students who bring senior management at her respective institution into disrepute or abstain from respective outlines.
That Canadian off the television is obviously liberal.
That child streaking on the cricket pitch is liberal; there are no cane marks on his backside.
An English Speaking Westerner(USA/UK/OZ) who goes to Japan to teach English. A common practice now for those who want to learn Japanese, and/or want to be English teachers. Either looked up to by their students, or(most commonly) despised for being Wapanese.
Our old English teacher knows Japanese, cos he was a McSensei
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VERY POOR Junky English. The author/s need the Grammar Bammer to Hammer Correct Grammar into them...
It should be Teach or Taught; and It was in My Day.
You call that winning at Gotham City Project?
Gimme that controller and I'll TEACH YOU A LESSON!
Learn you a lesson? That's shabby, poor and utterly bad english! Learn some, before I teach you some!
EFL - English as a Foreign Language. Taught to students outside an English-speaking culture, overseas, as opposed to ESL, English as a Second Language, taught to foreign or immigrant students within an English-speaking culture. Subject or program of study, a major or credential qualifying one to teach the subject.
He has a credential in EFL, so he should know what he's doing teaching English to Japanese students.
Famous for being one of the longest words in the English language.
Student: Teach, what's the longest word in the english language?
A captious individual who cannot resist the urge to correct a spelling and/or grammar mistake even in informal settings. After pointing out the linguistic shortcomings in others, a Grammar Nazi feels a strange sense of twisted and unconstructive intelligentsia delight.
In reality, they are making someone else feel bad for no reason and unintentionally implying that their "superior" grammar skills are all they have to show for a wasted liberal arts education.
While proper grammar usage is all well and good, a Grammar Nazi cavils even insignificant errors in English to somehow win an argument. Of course, rather than being genuinely persuasive in an argument, pointing out English errors is a weak attack only on the typist's credibility and never has any bearing on the underlying premises and assertions therein.
In other words, this is simply a disguised ad hominem argument which intelligent and logical people disregard.
Still, one should strive to spell and use words properly, but arrogant and unsolicited advice is not a very persuasive way to teach English.
Average High Schooler: So U R their in Britin, than?
Insecure English PhD (aka Grammar Nazi): I am in England studying here at Oxford, sir, and I prefer you talk to me only in Ye Olde Englishe like a good chap because language can never evolve.
Some High Schooler: LOL!!!!11 Hve fun nvr getting laid!1111!!!!
Stands for: Guy who, unfortunately, can only get laid in Asia.
This subspecies of Charisma Man, though unable to attain female companionship within the confines of his home country due to a staggering ineptitude at picking up/meeting Western women, exhibits overwhelming success while living in an Asian country (most commonly Japan) at locating attractive Eastern women willing to enter into a relationship and/or engage in sexual acts with him.
The most common example of Gwucoglia are: Otaku, native to Western countries, who travel to Japan (or another nearby Asian country) to teach English.
Most easily identifiable when seen accompanying a ridiculously hot Japanese girl who, by Western standards, would be out of his league.
Matt: Yo, check out the legs on that J-hottie holding hands with that Gwucoglia.
Gary: A dude like that scored a chick that hot? Gotta love Japan!