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do someone know how to listen to the music in the classroom without being seen/heard by the teacher? Answered

I need to listen to the music during the lessons, but i really don't know how.. suggestions accepted XD
thx in advice

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Wear a light jacket, run your pair of earbuds up the sleeve you dont write with so that they are near the cuff but wont fall out, possibly tape them there, plug them in play, and rest your head on your earbuds in a way that you can hear it, but no one else can.

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Kiteman

Answer 8 years ago

Quite understandable - I didn't realise English was your second language.

(You're Italian, and complaining about learning Latin??  If I had the chance to learn ancient forms of English, I'd be stoked (= slang for "very pleased").)

thx, did't know what stroked means XD
(I'm BMNBMN, i was using a "bugmenot" account but s.o. changed the password, so I had to sign on...)
bye

It's not stroked, it's stoked, without the R.

With a bit of practice you can listen to music inside your head - (from your mind & memory).

L

My "radio station" doesn't have annoying DJs or adverts...

L

Mine only plays about two verses of one song for an hour at a time before changng songs.
 

Yes that happens to me too sometimes...

L

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Bigev

Answer 8 years ago

Mind your language...
 

Get a subdural cranial implant.

+1 I think it'd be useful for exams too, not just for music.
;-)

Have you considered asking the teacher to play music?

When appropriate, I play CDs in my lessons.  Often not to the pupils' taste, but, if they don't bring their own in, they have to put up with mine...

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Kiteman

Answer 8 years ago

Education *is* Latin (from educatus, pp. of educare "bring up, rear, educate," which is related to educere "bring out," from ex- "out" + ducere "to lead").

Knowing Latin helps you enjoy the richness of your own language, and also helps in your further education (most of the biological sciences use Latin terminology, legalese is based on Latin) and employment (employers like employees to be "well rounded".

Plus (speaking as a teacher), your quest is fruitless - even if your teacher doesn't spot you, you will, eventually, give yourself away, either by nodding along to the rhythm, or even unconciously singing out loud.

Best bet: pay attention and learn something.

Eat more brussel sprouts. It's a well known fact that carrots make you see better, and brussel sprouts make you hear better. That way you can leave your stereo on at home and still here it from school.

Brussels sprouts (Brassica oleracea gemmifera)


We were allowed to listen to music as long as the teacher was happy that the student in hand is capable to behave and hand in all his/her work complete.

Knowing your teacher quite well helps in a situation like this, For example my catering tutor loved music, we knew her well so we agreed with her to have the radio on in lesson.

Now in my new college we all listen to are ipods as we work and just pause them when asked while the tutor wants to explain something.

Get some beige earplugs like these, or better yet, pay attention to your teacher to get the most of free education while you can.