- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
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He had some troubles of dealing with exam in the past so that he strongly opposed the tests when he taught.
He strongly oppsed to give his students exam / test due to he had some troubles of dealing with exam in the past.
test / tests / exam it's does not matter which one you gonna use, it means the same way
There are many different ways to translate this sentence, I suggest that you can try to translate into English first next time, so that you can practice your English more.
I am typing very fast, if you see some mistakes in the sentences, plz forgive me. Good luck : )
- 河小豚Lv 71 decade ago
Because he had not the exam, and gave him a lot of trouble, so when he taught students in class, firmly opposed to the test.
- LilyLv 51 decade ago
Because he had bad experience and problem from unable to cope with the examination in the past, therefore, when he is in a class room teaching student, he insist against the examinationSource(s): 過來人.......