If you ask some teenagers: ‘Who do you admire? ‘, many of them will answer your question by showing their love to some singers, actors or famous people. But if you ask me that question, I will answer proudly: ‘The person that I admire the most is my English teacher, who’s just ordinary to many people but very special to me’. His name is Rashed. He taught me English when I was in secondary school. He’s known as the best English teacher in my hometown.
Not only does he have a wide knowledge of English and but he also knows how to impart his knowledge to students in an interesting and easily understandable way. He makes learning English less difficult.
That’s why many students, including me, admire him and enjoy his English class so much. But, I admire him for not only his knowledge but also his personality. I have to say that, never have I met such an enthusiastic teacher like him.
He thinks about teaching and students all the time. He comes to class regardless of sun or rain. Even if it’s an extra class, he will try his best to come to teach students. He doesn’t want any students to spend a lot of time and efforts without achieving high results.
I remember one time, he was sick, and he still came to class despite his wife’s prevention, just because we were going to take an exam. He had a high temperature, he was very tired, but he still came for us.
We were all grateful to him for what he had given us. It wasn’t just knowledge, it was love. When I had to stand between two difficult choices: to go to study or not, it was him, too who gave me the right and sincere advice. Finally, I just want to confirm my love and admiration for Mr. Rashed , who inspired me, who made me fall in love with English. I really admire him for that, for having been a great example and giving me the encouragement. He’s just like the sun, to me.