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Hit The Ground Running


A whole semester seems like a lifetime at the start, but passes by so quickly it seems but like a dream... A speck of dust in the sands of time... And so it comes to a close.. A semester of fun and laughter .. A semester of learning and exploration...

We sure had fun didn't we guys? :)

I hope you take the knowledge that you gained from me and use it to light the way for the future generations ahead... Share the passion... Share the joy... Share the gift... Make every lesson in your future careers a lesson to remember!

Make me proud!

TESL: We Hit The Ground Running!

Comments

Princess Liyana said…
Looks like I'm the first lucky person to comment in here:).
Thank you so much Sir. I've learnt a lot from you.
I will make you proud. That's a promise:)

~Let's hit the ground running~
A t i Q a h said…
Wop wop! Is this for real???
he he.. Congrats for this opening. ;)

Yeah, i really had a great time in your class. The great Monday morning I've ever had.

Thank you for everything, sir. ;)
azie said…
yeah sir, u made our mondays become the best day of the whole week

hope to see u again next semester:)
Abdullah said…
Hi girls.. thanks for visiting my blog! It's been a pleasure teaching every single one of you... You all made my Monday Blues to my Monday Yellows..hehehe... :)

P/S We should hang out more too ;) I really had fun the other night...
Tok Rimau said…
Welcome to the cyberspace dude. Peminat wa dah lari ke sini rupanya.
aReLaNg said…
sir,
it's a pleasure to have u in our wonderful extravaganza monday morning lesson..
we'll sure make use the knowledge u've taught and make u proud of us..

sir,
thank you so much 4 every single thing u did 4 us..
DoUmO ARiGAToU Ne.. ;)
Abdullah said…
Tok,
wa caya lu beb... thanks for dropping by..

arelang,
you're most welcome :)
azie said…
p/s : pssttt...sir, don't mention it here about the hang out thingy,hikhikhik..tok R already asked us for karaoke next semester..wanna join?hikhik
Abdullah said…
U had me at 'karaoke' :)
Princess Liyana said…
"Karaoke"..interesting:)..
lalalala.
azie said…
ok..set
erm, actually, the kancil klan already plan several activities for u and mr. G to oranize next sem MUAHAHAHAHAHA (evil laugh!!)
missyizzati said…
sob sob (wiping my eyes)..terharu! kih kih. btw, i really had fun on Mondays. and thanx. for everything. =D

p/s hangout? cool! mahu lepak di danga sampai dia pasang lagu yang diminta. ahah.
Abdullah said…
Nanti kita pulak naik atas pentas nyanyi... amacam? ;)

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