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A Memorable Teacher Class B Ivy I have written many moving stories about my teachers Chinese teachers like Chinese parents tend to move kids by their hard work and devotion However Ms Zeng was an exception She was ferocious Ms Zeng had been the math teacher in my grade for the whole elementary school period Every kid could recognize the sound of her high-heels It was strong and steady a sign of power and prestige it turned every noisy classroom she passed into a silent one Her hair was very likely done by a talented hairdresser it was curled and bushy and went perfectly with her lion-like face Her lips were thin which in Chinese eyes indicated her high skill in language No kids were free from Ms Zengs creative scolding From being scolded by her I had learned over ten Cantonese expressions of carelessness just in my first month in that school Standing in front of Ms Zeng you felt uneasy about being too big She was a stocky middle-aged woman When you were not shorter than her any more it was time to be concerned about the size of your brain Because if it didnt go with the size of your body Ms Zeng would add this accusation into her scolding--why are your arms and legs this well-developed while your brain is this undeveloped The math class was the least and also the most disciplined of all the classes You could give your opinion without raising your hand you could challenge others ways of working out a problem and the most exciting part was you could rush to the blackboard to write down your process if you finished the practice quickly However if you were idly talking under Ms Zengs eyes sooner or later a chalk end would hit your head squarely and then you would have to slap your mouth thirty times It was even worse if you were daydreaming Because Ms
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