Juan is looking at the notice board in the corridor. Miss Courtney sees him and asks if he is in Mr. Brown’s class, but Juan is unable to understand her. When Miss Courtney sees Jamila, she asks her if she’s in Mr. Brown’s class, but Jamila doesn’t understand her either. Then, as Ranjeet passes by, Miss Courtney asks him if he’s in Mr. Brown’s class. Pleased that he can understand and speak English better than the last two students, she gives him a message to relay to Mr. Brown.
When Mr. Brown gets the message, he stops by Miss Courtney’s office to speak with her and learns that a new student from Africa will be joining his class. Mr. Brown then asks the class to tell him about their life in England so far. Roger Kenyon, an African man who works as an inspector for the local education authority, arrives at the school, sees Taro and Su-Lee arguing and follows them back to the EFL classroom. Mr. Brown doesn’t realise who Roger is, so he decides to pretend to be the new EFL student. Miss Courtney, however, forgot to tell Mr. Brown that the student is a female and comes to the classroom to correct her mistake. Roger is impressed by Mr. Brown’s teaching methods, but his wife is not impressed when Mr. Brown says what he thinks of her husband.
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