This is a quote from François Rabelais and is mentioned in the novel 'Looking for Alaska'. I want to get your perspective from it. What does it mean for you guys? and does it show some form of maturity? if so, how? It is said from the main character - Miles/Pudge.
I asked my dad how it shows maturity and this is what he said "It shows maturity because he recognises the potential for a greater opportunity"
I'm asking so I can get some different point of views and also I need to use it for my English exam I have tomorrow
I feel for you man, I hate English in general, my teacher doesn't make it any easier
What's even worse is that shes the Head Of Department (H.O.D). That means she's pretty much the boss of the other English teachers... and she's got to be the worst out of the rest
Listen to this. In New Zealand our marking scheme for secondary school different from schools in other schools. It is Not Achieved (fail) high/low Achieved (lowest mark you can get but still a pass), high/low Merit (second highest mark) and high/low Excellence (highest mark you can get). My mate's English teacher gave him a low Excellence for an assignment then it went to MY teacher for moderation (double check that its legit, teacher marked it correctly etc...) and she gave him a low Achieved. The difference in marks between each teacher is just crazy stupid. Pissed me off even though it wasn't my work.