Evil English Teacher
teacher. He's a very bad teacher. He comes into his class. The students're
sitting at their desks, waiting for him. The teacher says to the class,
"Everyday, we'll study English grammar. If you make a mistake,I'll hit you with a stick"
Then the teacher opens his textbook. He says, "Today we we'll learn the Past
Perfect Progressive verb tense,
as well as
the Future Conditional." He points to a girl and says, "What's the Past Perfect
Progressive?" The girl's very nervous, she says, "I don't know"
As soon as
she finishes speaking, the evil teacher jumps across the room with a large
stick- and hits her on the head. The girl cries. The other students are very
scared. The teacher points to a boy and says, "What is the Future Conditional".
The boy says nothing. The teachers says, "Go
Now!" The boy says, "But, but.. we haven't learned it yet" The evil teacher
says, "In other
don't know it!"
He jumps across the room and hits the boy
on the head. The boy cries. All the students are scared and
the evil teacher. But they're lucky. One student has a
dials the number of
her friend, AJ. AJ answers the phone, "Hello" The student whispers, "This is
Kaori. Help us AJ, please help us. An evil English teacher is beating us" AJ
says, "Don't worry, I'll
be right there."
AJ jumps on his motorcycle
to the school. He runs through the front door, down the hall, and
bursts into the class.
He says to the evil teacher, "Stop hitting these students, you
Then he runs across the room. He picks up a desk and hits the evil teacher with
it. The evil teacher falls to the floor. He is
AJ looks at Kaori and says, "What do you want me to do with him?"Kaori says, "It’s up to you.
AJ throws the evil teacher out the window and says, "No more evil grammar study.
You are free!"
The students cheer
"Yeah"! Everyone is very happy.
evil: very very bad
as well as: in addition to, also
as soon as: when, just after (something happens)
go ahead: begin, start to do something
in other words: say something in a different way,
say something more directly
miserable: very sad & unhappy
hate: opposite of love, really dislike
cell phone: mobile phone
dials: push numbers on a phone
I'll be right there: I'll arrive soon, I will be
speeds: goes fast, drives very fast
bursts: enters (a room) very fast
bastard: bad person, jerk (NOT polite ;) (used to
insult a man)
It’s up to you: you decide, it is your decision
cheer: to yell (when happy)