If a foreign teacher is going to teach in your school, what suggestions will you give him?
If a foreign teacher is going to teach in my school, my advice would be to learn the local language. I think it’s important to do that because it makes it more convenient for the teacher to get around. It’s really difficult living in a foreign country and not knowing how to say basic things like greeting and asking for directions can make it even more difficult. Also, when teaching in a foreign country, you want to make a good impression on your students and colleagues, and I believe that if they see that you’ve（猜词互动） learn a little bit of the language, they would warm up to you more easily. So my advice would be to learn even just a little bit of the language.
get around: to go or travel to different places
e.g. We had to use public transport to get around.
impression: leave an impression on somebody (=make someone remember a person, place or thing) 留下印象
warm up to sb/sth:
to begin to like someone you have just met