Wednesday, August 25, 2010

They do pay well

It is the gravy train job for TEFL teachers in Saudi; British Aerospace or BAE systems and their bribing governments is not your problem. After all, they will give you a pretty penny. Indeed, the story goes that they have no problem finding the "right" people to work for them. Yes, the British and American educators who arm the Tornado fighter-bomber pilots with their lexicalised grammar at the expense of their grammaticalised lexis, the communicative method, good, very good, and "bombs away" is now sight vocabulary for the "top guns" as they bomb civilians in the Yemen.

The 'Guardian' reports: "in one attack on 17 December, at least 41 people were killed, including 21 children and 14 women, when their settlement in al-Ma'jalah in the Abyan district was hit by missiles." Still, that is hardly your problem, after all, they do pay well.

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