This came through an email list I subscribe to this morning:
Can anyone tell me, especially anyone in the Iriya, why my child
receives free Arabic lessons (just started this year kita daled) and
we have to pay for English lessons which are much more useful and
Answer: Because the last time I checked, Arabic was an official language of Israel, and English wasn't?
Okay, I am being a little tetchy here. Perhaps English is a little more relevant, but I would argue that Arabic is more useful, in this country, today.
Particularly if you're an aspiring Mossadnik or Shabbaknik. (Tongue wedged firmly in cheek)
Right, off to deal with the cause of my techiness. An employer who fails to accept that freelance work ought to be paid for, promptly and in full. But that's another matter altogether...
Have a good day.
Note - This is a passive-aggressive way of dealing with the question, I accept. The correspondent is never going to read this. But I'm too much of a coward to reply her, either directly or on the message board...
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