Mansur lives in the Baku region with his parents. He is not married and has no children. Mansur is 31 years old. He has been teaching physics for four years. He previously taught at a public school, but then started to teach private lessons to prepare students for universities. Currently, he needs 2000 AZN to purchase necessary exams, books and various equipment to do laboratory work (experiments) for physics because all of this is very expensive, and not every student is able to purchase it. Mansur loves his work and subject that he teaches to children, knowing that it will be useful for their future development.
Mansur jivet v Baku regione vmeste so svoimi roditelyami. On ne jenat i ne imeyet detey. Mansur 31 qod.
On uchitel po Fizike uje 4 qoda, ranshe on prepodoval v gosudarstvennoy shkole , no zatem on nachal provodit chasniye uroki dlya postupleniya uchenikov v universiteti. Seychas on nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chtobi kupit nujniye testi, knigi i razniye pribori dlya provojdeniya laborotornix rabot(opitov) po fizike tak kak vse eto stoit ochen dorogo i ne kaydiy uchenik mojet pokupat ix. Mansur lubit svoyu rabotu i predmet kotoriy uchit detyam kotoriy budet nujen dlya ixnego budushego razvitiya.
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