how to tell your students that you are leaving?

how to tell your students that you are leaving?

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  1. Telling your students that you’re leaving is a difficult thing. If you’re leaving due to an illness, then you should request that the school provide you with an official excuse.

    You can say, “I will be back in a few days,” or “I will be back in two weeks.” The former means that you will be absent for two weeks; the latter means that you will be absent for three weeks. If your students are familiar with your English, they should have no problem understanding these two sentences.

    If you’re leaving due to personal reasons, you need to think about how to explain your departure. If you have good relations with your colleagues, then you could say, “I’m sorry to inform you that I will be away for a few days,” or “I’m sorry to inform you that I will be away for one week.”

    It’s best to avoid saying things like, “I have some personal matters that I need to attend to,” because this phrase implies that you are not going away for a good reason. You can also say, “I have some personal matters that I need to attend to,” but you must add an explanation after the sentence. For example: “I have some personal matters that I need to attend to.

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