1. The brute of the mathematics: There was a new teacher of mathematics in the class, and alsoseveral pupils. to make the classes attractive the teacher, who turned out tobe a father of one of the pupils, designed a plan in order forthe children to learn mathematics in a funny way. The teacher’sson pretended not to know anythingthe pupils were having a very good time in this class and theylearnt a lot with the new teacher.one day, when leaving school, one of the pupils called Luisitodecided to follow the teacher’s son.The brute child, was very clever, and he knew many things ofmathematics.Luisito went to asking them what was happening and the teachersaid to him that it was a trick so that they learnt better and inan amusing waythe following day the teacher said it to the whole class and sincethey were so satisfied they decided that everything should bestill equal, the only thing that changed from then was that theyall would play the paper of " brute child ".SOME PROVERBS:To good hunger, there is no hard bread.To the bread, bread and to the wine, wine.Bird that flies, to the casserole.When you are a father, you will eat eggs. .Whatever does not kill, fattens.Bread with bread, food of idiots.