<> One err is the same as another to me. It's the size that I gauge. It's like feeding a child too much, or too little. I have also counted the numbernatlunla
<> I tend to err on the side of praise in my teaching style, Nelson. In one of my recorded classes, I actually took the time to count myprofessor_petroglyph
<<I praise a student on his English>> I've noticed that in China we can get praise for something we haven't done yet. It might be called 'wishful praising'.natlunla
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