So, I tried translating it as
You are a teacher, not a guardian.
(despite just having hover-over-checked gardisto,
and seeing it translated as "a guard, Guard"),
and got it marked as incorrect. :-|
Am I correct in assuming that
is better translated as
(not gardisto), then?
A teacher in the local government schools said his students would hit him, assault him, and he wasn't legally able to touch them to defend himself and keep his job. I'd say "might need some guards" but the problems much worse than that.
❤❤❤❤❤❤, Jim -- I'm a doctor, not a bricklayer! (Doktor MkKoj al Kapitano Kirk, en Star Trek)
Yet another "easter egg" in the course. ;-)