More encouragement for Foreigners
Posted in the Greeneville Forum
#1 Oct 17, 2013
The “English as a Second Language”(ESL) program has helped nearly 200 people to learn and improve their English skills, since its inception some ten years ago, said the Rev. Joey Tillery, minister of education and administration at First Baptist.
Classes are held at the downtown church on Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m. until noon, primarily using volunteers as teachers.
“Right now we have about 15 students from China, Vietnam, Japan, South America, Mexico and Albania,” said Jan Rogers, director of First Baptist’s ESL program.
Saint Louis, MO
#2 Oct 17, 2013
What's your point? If you moved to a different country, wouldn't you want to learn the language? Or is it a fear of those "foreigners"?
“is your friend ”
Since: Mar 12
#3 Oct 17, 2013
Hell, most of them are criminals and bums.
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