Teacher Amused as Pupil Gives Hilarious Wrong Answers to Exam: "Ronaldo"

Teacher Amused as Pupil Gives Hilarious Wrong Answers to Exam: "Ronaldo"

  • A pupil's hilarious wrong answers puzzled his teacher, who gave him a score of zero on the examination
  • The teacher, identified as John, took to social media to share the funny, incorrect answers the little one wrote
  • Social media users camped in the comment section to share their mixed reactions to the innocent boy's answers

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A Facebook user has shared a video of a teacher marking a pupil's test and the answers the child wrote.

One of the boy's hilarious wrong answer to a figure (l). A boy smiling in class (r).
Screengrab of one of the pupil's incorrect answers and a schoolboy smiling in class. Photo: Sor Elvis, Getty Images/JohnnyGreig.
Source: UGC

According to the video, the pupil's name was Samuel, while his teacher's was John. Writing the names was also part of the test.

"How many marks has this pupil got according to you?" the netizen who shared the video asked.

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The test was about naming the figures on the white sheet of paper, which Samuel had to identify correctly.

The boy gave funny answers to the drawings, such as naming a fireplace Fire Nation, evidently conversant with an anime series, Avatar.

He also named a pyramid The Mummy and identified Cristiano Al Nassr player Ronald who once featured for Manchester United and La Liga giants Real Madrid.

See the video below:

Samuel identified a windmill as a flower and a mobile phone as an iPhone despite the drawing resembling the Apple device.

Unfortunately, he got everything wrong except for his name, but the teacher gave him a zero.

Jane Murimi Mugo, a professional teacher, noted that it was not unusual for pupils to write any answer to fill in the blanks.

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"Some pupils, for fear of being questioned or disciplined for not answering questions, throw in any kind of answer. However, from the boy's perspective and even based on what netizens wrote, I would argue this is a special child in terms of how he identified the figures."
"The drawing of the phone is definitely an iPhone for me. He answered based on what he is exposed to, not perhaps what he learns and is taught. It is just the boy's perspective, and out of class, he is right," she said.

Murimi advised encouraging the kid in his perspective while helping him understand the importance of seriousness in classwork.

Netizens react to little boy's wrong answers

Social media users headed to the moment section to react to the funny answers the little boy innocently gave that tickled them instead of bashing his performance.

Ythera Cowgirl - Wild flower added:

"Real societal issues today teachers will see dust ...it's the for me ."

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Mima Mwems reacted:

"I like seeing things from the kid's perspective."

Eileenrobin Chepkoech commented:

"The teacher is wrong, and the kid is that nation and flower is right. It is only thinking perspective."

Bena Baru said:

"In the Fire Nation, he is okay. Current affairs."

Muso Mumliam added:

"He asked himself how education would help the type of life we live."

Hannah Wainaina said:

"Depends on what was taught ."

Lesley Simekha commented:

"Give a score to Ronaldo."

Emily Mutwiri exclaimed:

"God please help us."

Maths teacher's hilarious message to students goes viral

Meanwhile, Briefly News shared that one mathematics educator was not thrilled with his student's results, so he sent them a message. The TikTok video gained a massive attraction, gathering many views and thousands of likes and comments.

Social media users were amused by the teacher's comments to his learners as they rushed to the comments section.

Source: TUKO.co.ke

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