fandeomoniuminthestreets replied to your post “How do you English? ?___?”
I find the best way to start something new is to talk to someone who knows what they’re doing. Perhaps an old high school teacher you got on well with? Don’t be afraid to ask for help from your supervisor/trainer-they’re there to prepare you!
In a way, they are. But in another way, they expect me to have covered the basics at uni. Which I haven’t. Part of that is my fault. I have LOVED studying English, not English as a foreign language. I wrote my term papers about Sherlock, about feminism and photography, about narration. None at all have I written about the way students learn faster if you integrate them into the learning process etc.
And partly, it’s also my uni’s fault for supporting that kind of learning, not paying attention to teacher training at all. And now I’m suffering from a severe practice shock. All I can think of is: IF I RUIN THIS LESSON, I AM ALSO RUINING THE STUDENTS ONLY SHOT AT THE TOPIC. X___X
JOHN WAS SHERLOCK’S WHOLE WORLD
SO HE ASSUMED IT WAS THE SAME FOR JOHN
PLEASE KILL ME (x)
Okay, no, stop. I get it. Sherlock’s had a rough time, but that comment is just condescending and not “BUT DIDN’T YOU LOVE ME AS MUCH AS I LOVED YOU, JAWWWN?!?” He still doesn’t get it. He doesn’t get how much he’s hurt John with what he did. And he is going to have to learn. (Also, Mycroft probably told him so, two years ago.)
Yes, that bugged me, too. The whole trailer shows Sherlock so aloof and arrogant. But then again, I thought it was well-made. Sherlock’s just that tiny bit MORE of an arsehole when John’s not around to stop him and remind him that he is human.
Is it weird that I care more about the change in colour of the dressing gown than about John’s mustache?
Reblog if you believe in Sherlock Holmes.
Reversed Sherlock GIFS make the show even gayer
The last one though: “lemme look you up and down, till you say stop”
Moriarty: Or until you die. Oops, did I just say that out loud?