I would like to point out that this is hilarious. From a certain angle.
From another angle, it is also evidence of a good deal of hard work and bravery on the part of the parent…
Imagine you’ve just moved to another country with your wife and son and you have to function in another language, one that you’ve studied but that you didn’t grow up with. Furthermore imagine that it is one that uses a writing system totally different from your own and contains combinations of sounds you can’t accurately pronounce.
You’re going to send your son to a school that uses your family’s language, but you want him to study the local language, too. You go to a private education provider and find a class suitable for your son’s age and language ability level. You decide to register him for classes there.
Then they give you a form to fill out. It’s not in your language.
Even if it were, nobody likes filling out forms.
Or should you say, filling them in? Or up? Why does English have all these pesky phrasal verbs anyway?
You do your best with the form.