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yuechu

Senior Member
Canada, English
大家好!

I was supply teaching at a new school today. The school is very big, and the hallways all look similar to each other (on the different levels). I wanted to say that "School went well today but I found it a bit confusing to get around (since it was my first time teaching there)." Would anyone know how to say this in Chinese?

Thanks! :)
 
  • SimonTsai

    Senior Member
    Taiwanese Mandarin
    [colloquial] 今天在學校很順利,只不過今天的學校有點容易迷路就是。
     

    SimonTsai

    Senior Member
    Taiwanese Mandarin
    今天上课很顺利,但就是有点容易迷路。
    The second half of your sentence means that you are easily lost in the school, which is not necessarily to say that the school is spatially confusing. It can be that your spatial awareness is far below average.

    (That being said, I find your sentence acceptable.)
     

    SuperXW

    Senior Member
    The second half of your sentence means that you are easily lost in the school, which is not necessarily to say that the school is spatially confusing. It can be that your spatial awareness is far below average.
    OP said: "I found it a bit confusing to get around (since it was my first time teaching there)", so I supposed it was less about the space, more about "me".
     
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