I finally found a position at a certain language school after six-month job hunting. I've been seriously working on overwhelming medical terms and countless polite expressions to be ready for coming lessons. I'm supposed to take charge of three different classes including an assistant job in a kids' English class; The other two are English conversation classes for adults. I'm going to have a three-hour workday four days a week as a part time instructor.
Actually, having such a career was the last thing I had expected. In fact I declined with thanks to take the job offers because I wasn't confident at all to take responsibility with three classes. The head teacher smiled at me and said, "Hesitation will get you nowhere, you know that? Think of the opportunity as a chance for you." She also said that she thought highly of my communication skill in English. By the time I finished the job interview, I made up my mind to take this offer to live up to her expectation.
I was a stay-at-home mother for almost nine years. I must admit that I'm a bit nervous to sail for a new world, but I'm perfectly ready to hit the ground running.
Having said that...
Medical terms are definitely Greek to me!!