Pros: free merchandises after no sale.
During the day, assisted students in their homework's or questions pertaining to their studies. Students in 9th grade English class may have difficulty in understanding the material. For instance, certain students may need bilingual translation as to the materials given to them to read. Later in the evening, I work in the schools environmental garden organization assisting students with planting various products of vegetation, crops, flowers, etc. Many products are sold on the premise for staff members of the school or locals. Merchandise products of bouquet flowers, salsa and chips, and 3 weeks grown vegetables are sold to all buyers.
The difficult part of the job is translating bilingual speech to a written document. Not all sentence structure spoken in the language is the exact proper announcement in the given English language. Therefore, a few reword or added grammar is acceptable in all dialogue, video recorded projects, and bilingual translation in general.
The enjoyable part of the job is interacting with locals, foreigners, and staff members. Sharing ideas of environmental garden growth and old or new customs of what farming was. For example, many immigrants plant their own gardens due to fear of chemical pesticides in the market, the cost of products, and the trend of keeping the history of gardening as part of their daily lives.