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Hello, my name’s Ronnie. I am going
to teach you about math. I hate math.
It’s really confusing. I am going
to teach you some easy expressions
about math. I am NOT going to teach you math!
You can teach me math,
because… can I do it?
I remember being a child, being a
teenager, and being a now-ager and math
terrifies me. There are too many
numbers, too many things to remember,
therefore I am an ESL teacher, not a math teacher.
But I can teach you how
to talk about it.
So I will teach you the English you need
to know to talk about math — bear with.
First thing: the very, very long
word for this is “mathematics”. We
never have to say “mathematics”, or “arithmetic”.
If you are a very, very old
person, living… you might be dead now…
you would say arithmetic.
Arithmetic is a very, very old word for
math, or mathematics, that we do not
use today — it’s too old. Don’t even
worry about it. Don’t worry about
math! So the first thing that I am
going to teach you are the symbols, or
how to the say the symbols.
This sign “+” we say “add”. This one (-) is
“subtract”, (/) “divide”, and (x) “multiply”
However, when we actually speak
about math in a sentence in
English, we don’t use these words. We
use these red words, so instead of
saying for example: “5 add 7”;
we say “5 plus 7”, so if you
look at my equation here
we say: “5 plus 7 equals”
“5 plus 7 equals 12.” I did it, I did it, I did it.
I get an answer right.
I hope that’s right…. 5 plus 7 equals
12 — *ding* a point for me. The
next one’s yours. We do not say “subtract”,
we say “minus”. This is the sign (-)
So we would say “7 minus 1”.
Do you know the answer? If you
know the answer, you’ve got homework.
Go to You Tube, subscribe to my channel,
write the answer to this in the
comments. You’ll win, you’ll win amazing
prizes like trips to places, and
money about things, it’d be a fabulous great time.
The next one is “divide”.
This is closer. We say divided
by, so we say “42 divided by 2.”
This one’s mine. “42
divided by 2 is 22.” (21!)
The last one is “multiply”. It
looks like an “x” and you might
say “9 x 7”. We have to say “9 times 7”.
I don’t know why
“times” is an “x” — it’s math. Math
is difficult and complicated and hard,
but I’m going to teach you a trick.
My Grade 4 teacher taught me this. This
is the only thing that I can do, like
magic for math. If you want to
figure out what 9 times something is
up to 10… You are going to take your
fingers, and you’re going to count.
For example, if I want to do 9 times
7, I do this: one, two, three, four,
five, six, seven, and I put number seven down.
I have one, two, three,
four, five, six, and three.
Magically, the answer is 63.
Let’s try again. 9 times 9. So
count on your fingers, one, two
three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine.
Put number nine down. You
count how many fingers you have here.
I have, oh, I have two thumbs. It
doesn’t matter. I have eight fingers
here, and one here, the answer for
9 times 9 is 81.
Yes! Nine times tables — ask me
anything up to 10, past 10 I’ve run out
fingers, can’t use my toes. I don’t even have toes.
I don’t even have toes.
I don’t even have legs. I am just floating here,
teaching you math(ematics). See you, later.
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