English as a Second Language/Meaning of "Jimberjaw"


Hello Brian,
Could you please help me with the meaning of the word "jimberjawed" and with what Jimber Jaw is, though it will be probably clear from the first answer.

Thanks in advance,

Hey Mila!

I wasn't familiar with the term so I had to look it up:  Apparently it's an adjective which means to have one's lower jaw protruding (sticking/standing out, extended), as in their lower jaw sticks out more than their upper jaw.

Hope that helps!

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Brian Connelly


I can answer pretty much any question a student might have about English; about grammar, vocabulary, meanings of words, phrases, expressions or idioms, pronunciation, etc. I can answer questions about how to learn or study English better, how to improve certain aspects of communication (listening, writing, speaking, etc), about why we have certain rules.


I've been teaching English in Japan, mainly as a private (one-to-one) teacher, but also at companies such as Universal Studios or international airports. I have taught professional interpreters and translators and I have also taught students who dropped out of high school and never learned any English. Several years ago I acquired the CELTA and I have been running my own classroom for the past year.

None in particular, but I work with a number of companies who regularly introduce me to new students and occasionally to other companies that are looking for English teachers.


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I currently have approximately 40 individual students with whom I work one on one. I have also worked with local manufacturing companies, colleges, local retailers, as well as Sharp, Universal Studios, Itami International Airport, Kobe International Airport

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