F2F Class Notes (Lily) [R]

Grammar

there have the Disneyland –> There is a Disneyland

2017= twenty seventeen
1992= nineteen 92
1989= 19 89
2019= 20 19

Vocabulary

1. drug dealer= 贩毒犯
ex: he’s a drug dealer, he sells weed to the local Chinese people.

Speaking

I found a funny thing. My aunt come back to Shanghai, she was get hurt with her arm, she see doctor in New Zealand, the doctor tell her, “nothing big problem, keep work out and you will be ok”. When she see doctor in SH, the doctor said need surgery. I think you can’t trust the doctor foreign country. When I talked to her, she told me she regretted having baby too. My cousin live with his girlfriend right now and don’t really care about my aunt. My aunt has two apartments in Shanghai, every month she gets paid, and it’s more than I work.

There is a funny thing. My aunt came back to Shanghai, she hurt her arm, she saw the doctor in New Zealand, the doctor told her, “it’s not a big problem, keep working out and you will be ok”. When she saw the doctor in SH, the doctor said that surgery is required/ that she needs a surgery. I think you can’t trust the doctors oversea. foreign country. When I talked to her, she told me she regretted having baby too. My cousin is living with his girlfriend right now and doesn’t really care about my aunt. My aunt has two apartments in Shanghai, every month she gets rent, and it’s more than my salary.

Reading

https://www.enfamily.cn/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=926220

Cash is king, or so they say. In one form or another, human beings have been carrying around money for hundreds of years. Metal was first coined into cashbetween 700 and 600 BC by the Lydians, and banknoteshave been in circulationsince their first use in China around 1000 AD. These days, though, habits have changed. Modern technology means that while money is still widely used, it’s more likely to be a digital transactionthan a wadof notesand a handful of shrapnel. If cash is king, then it may eventually be dethroned.

Cash is king, or so they say. In one form or another, human beings have been carrying around money for hundreds of years. Metal was first coined into cash between 700 and 600 BC by the Lydians, and banknotes have been in circulation since their first use in China around 1000 AD. These days, though, habits have changed. Modern technology means that while money is still widely used, it’s more likely to be a digital transaction than a wad of notes and a handful of shrapnel. If cash is king, then it may eventually be dethroned.