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Creation Date: 06-14-2009 01:51 AM
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  #7 New 12-07-2009 05:59 PM
Are you supoed to be fredly with the sinsay ( teacher) ? I was thought way back when that techers are kinda like on a sperte plan, you do not intract with them the same way you might with a peri. So, needless to say also a degree of fear about hwat to say to them. So, a in traing my sisisay once siad to me "you did not even how my trip ws?" at the time I kinda had wanted to but I also did not know if you are alound to ask. That prictular senor he did not even give me a chance, but dose bring up what are the rules?
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#3 12-08-2009 10:23 PM
thanks, and yes some are close to him , some have been with sensei since the beging , and he seems to run it kinda family like but I still kinda not sure , thans for ansering you guys
#2 12-08-2009 05:22 PM
Linda Eskin Says:
I agree with Daniel. It depends. You can always start out with very easy, polite greetings, and non-intrusive questions. For instance, "Did you have a nice trip?" If your sensei feels like answering with any details, he can, but he could also just say "Fine, thank you." It's not a rude question. On the other hand, I would not ask "What did you do on your trip?" If you don't even want to ask a question at all, you could always just say "I hope you enjoyed your trip. It's nice to have you back."
#1 12-08-2009 09:37 AM
It depends on the sensei. Always look to the sort of sensei that you have. Many don't keep themselves apart from their students. There is always a certain degree of seperation, because he is your teacher. He is your teacher and he deserves your respect, but that's it. He is still a person. Do you see other students talking to the sensei? If so, then you can likely feel free to talk to the sensei. You shouldn't interrupt him during class, but that doesn't mean you can't ever talk to him.
 




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