Spanish teacher and writer Mario Télez has posted a series of humorous tweets on Twitter about his English teacher who he said is “the only English teacher in Madrid.”
Térez, who is in his late 50s, posted several tweets about his teacher, who he says has the “best personality in Spain.”
“You have to ask what he does.
He is the only English teaching in Madrid,” Téez wrote on Twitter.
“I think that the teachers in Madrid are so shy, but I’m sure they are very proud of him because he is the best English teacher.
He can write funny jokes and he always gets me a laugh.”
The teacher in question, who Tévez calls a “good guy,” does not respond to Téz’s tweets.
“He is the most important teacher in my life,” Terez added.
Tézes tweets came as Spain’s education minister said that his government will not allow teachers to use Twitter to promote their work, even if it is “for educational purposes.”
The minister said in a statement to The Associated Press that “the minister has made it clear that he has no intention to change the existing law regarding social media.”
However, Spain’s Ministry of Education and Communication did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Téxzs tweets.
Terezes tweets have since been deleted.
“We are not allowing social media to promote or promote anything except what is necessary for the teachers,” Téses spokesman, Pablo Martinez, told The Associated Post.
Tíxes tweets come in response to the Spanish government’s new law, which allows teachers to tweet directly to students, and is intended to help students in schools.
“The law allows the social media of the teachers to be used for educational purposes and that’s what we want to do,” Tíxs spokesperson said.