Each week brings new students to OISE Cambridge, all no doubt nervous to some degree. But there is no reason to be. Language schools are for the most part benign places where anything goes, and communication in a foreign language is not as dependent on fine grammar as is sometimes thought. There are many ways to skin a rabbit.
So for the new students this week, and for the rest of us, here is a short film about golden frogs of Panama, and how, despite the fact that the rushing waters of the stream drown out their puny voices, they announce themselves and defend their territory against rival males by a dignified sort of waving.