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Many parents will be asking their kids at dinner tomorrow night, “How was your new teacher?” and many kids will be answering, “Nice.”

Don’t let those nice kids be your students. Remind them that you are not nice…you demand to be described with an adjective that gives some information to parents.

INSTEAD OF SAYING “NICE” TRY:

admirableamiable

attractive

becoming

benevolent

charming

commendable

congenial

considerate

copacetic

cordial,

courteous

dandy

decent

decorous

delightful

fair

favourable

fine

friendly

genial

gentle

gracious

helpful

humane

ingratiating

inviting

kind

kindly

lovely

obliging

pleasant

pleasurable

polite

seemly

sympatico

unpresumptuous

warm

well-mannered

winning

winsome

OTHERS?
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