To become an interpreter

I started my English lessons for this year yesterday. I was so glad to see their youthful and vigorous-looking during my lessons.

My students gave me their report cards. (I give them their report cards each semester, and they give them back to me at their first lessons.) There were some comments from their parents, and I was moved with happiness by one comment in particular.
It said, " I always appreciate your teaching English to my daughter. She enjoys taking your lessons, and wants to learn more and more. According to her, she really wants to become an interpreter down the road. I'm looking forward to seeing her English improve."

She's always saying, " I can't speak English....." However, I'd like to insist on her ability of English. She's on a steep learning curve, and can not only communicate in English, but can read simple English books. I think if we hadn't met through my English class, she might not have been interested in English, nor would she have had a dream of becoming an interpreter.

I started my new career as an English teacher to interest kids in learning English and want them to broaden their knowledge and horizons. If her dream is attributed to my English class no matter though it's insignificant, nothing brings me more happiness than that.
     

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