//Subayi points to body parts to have students practise relevant vocabulary //the recent vocabulary set includes « faire des pompes » and « faire des abdominaux » Subayi: I'm not gonna do the exercises, because then you'd have to call an ambulance.
Student (objecting to getting a zero): I did the warm-up, but my arm got tired, so I didn't finish writing the objective. Subayi: Well, my eyes got tired, so I didn't look.
// Schwartz writes "Laurent" on the board Schwartz: I can't say this person's name, so I'll name them Frenchie.
Subayi: We're gonna start at some point. Mr. Subayi is in another world right now.
Subayi: Don't you go to France every weekend, [Student]? Student: No Subayi: Tell the truth!
Subayi: Listen to classical music, guys. It helps with your intellectual development. //later Subayi (to Katz): Do your parents listen to classical music? Katz: No... Subayi: Did they ever tell you they don't listen to classical music? Maybe they listen to it when you're not at home to see it. //later Subayi (to all): Do any of your parents listen to classical music? Even if they don't, you should listen to it yourself. Your French grades would shoot up.
Mr. Subayi: Don't try to find a guy or date, it's not worth it and they will cause you trouble and will leave you the next day. I've seen some things I shouldn't have at the track. Class: *starts laughing hysterically*
//teaching vocabulary about animals Subayi: Someday all of you are gonna be rich -- like [Student] -- and you're gonna own a farm. Subayi: So you need to know what's on it.
Subayi: Let's go to our friends Damon & Jo [YouTubers]. They're gonna explain it to you. Subayi: They're also gonna drive me crazy in the process, but that's okay.
Subayi: I'm going to make [an assigned presentation] shorter, because I realise that some people, when they see a long presentation, go into a deep depression.