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There is no such thing like fail in kindergarten! even if they like the worse student in the class or dont read well or etc, they are still wont fail in anything! come on! tell your aunt that they are just children like u said! we cant simply ask too much from them! they will have their failing problem starts in primary school but no! not kindergarten! if there are such kindys who fail children, then those are the worse kindys ever! ps, not trying to be smart but it is "kindergartners", not "kindergarteners"
If a/the artens(?) can confirm the number of staff to be employed and hope(s) that a/the voucher/vouchers(?) can be disbursed in early December 2008, it/they should submit its/their plan(s). I was wondering why a/the kindergarten could not be used in the place of "kindergartens(as in the title of my example)". What makes the difference, then? Since according to my understanding, "a(n) tiger a kind of or an example of the tiger; the tiger one (imaginary) member of the class to represent the whole class; tigers all tigers".
He/she is a very positive student that enjoys learning about the different jobs in our communities. It's been a pleasure watching him/her as he/she read and discovered how the various occupations come together to produce the goods and services that we need.
Actually, most children are okay with Kindergarten, and even Pre-School. They might cry, fuss, and complain, but once the parent leaves, the children are quite happy . Once, at the preschool where I worked, I had a parent walk in with a little girl. The other teacher informed me ahead of time that the girl does not talk to people, is scared and shy, and the parent does not know how if the child would be willing to come. This was our orientation day for new students.
I was wondering whether kindergarden is used in common speech instead of kindergarten, I'm pretty sure I have not caught anybody saying it, but as I was watching a series and having listened to it a couple of times, I might be imagining things but it sounds as if it was kindergarden. According to the google most of hits refer to a movie, called Kinder Garden