My ex-colleagues John & Percy here
Hi Bohtong, would you kindly show us pics of you when you are studying in RI? Thank you.
Why do u wanna see my RI pics?
BT the next thing you will be asked to show your wedding photos lol
I guess it's just out of curiosity. Not too sure if u are really from RI.
Yes I was from RI but I do not pics to prove. Just a small hint Rashid Hussain from RHB was my sec 4 classmate. Prof Tan Ser Kiat was my classmate in sec 2, Dr Raymond Teo was my primary and secondary school classmate....more?
Ayiah BT you do not write good enough to be from RI and that is why people doubt you la.
Sure my England is not so powderful mah to be an ex Rafflesian. Btw NOT all RI people are clever ok!
BT is most probably from a reputable school. Because a man at his age who speaks good English are rather rare.
Anonymous said...BT is most probably from a reputable school. Because a man at his age who speaks good English are rather rare.BT: Thanks..btw how did u know my spoken English is good? Ever heard me speak before?
Yes. Met you recently. And in order to be a cabin crew you need to speak fluently. So yeah. No doubt that yor English is good
Thank you...oh yes I think we spoke yesterday. You are very kind.
The generation of BT and the likes speak good English. In addition to this, many also write equally well. Our Inspectors of Schools were all from UK who had flown down to report on the progress that our schools were making. These Inspectors all sat in during selected classroom lessons. They listened analytically, interacted with students and eventually spoke to the teachers and principals before submitting their reports for improvements.The standard of spoken and written English today pales in comparison to the the old generation. The lecturers from then University of Singapore all came from UK. They were competent and fully qualified. RI was named after Stamford Raffles, Singapore's founder. His legacy continues to thrive and shall continue to inspire the minds of all our people to make the little red dot a force to be reckoned with.
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