F2F Class Notes (Li)[S]
eg. Â 1m 70cm/1.7m
happiness:Â the feeling of being very happy
eg. Happiness is very important to us.
make up: to forgive someone after getting into an argument/fight with them åè§£
eg. We often quarrel but we always make it up soon after.
argue:Â to speak angrily to someone
eg. My son and daughter likes to argue with each other about small things.
primary school: å°å¦
eg. My primary school was next to my house.
shameful(adj):Â deserving blame, or being a reason for feelingÂ ashamedå¯è»çï¼ä¸¢è¸ç
eg. I couldn’t see anything shameful in what I had done.
show off/boast about sbd or sth
If he cannot grow up very tall, it’s a problem. One time my son told me, when I grow up I want as tall as my father. I said, “No, you should be taller than him”. My daughter is normal for her age. We have tried a lot of size for my son and my husband chose a lot for my son.
No, only small things. My daughter sometimes will tell us her brother do minor things. And minor things I tell my daughter to fix herself. My mother can speak well for her age. My son is slow because he have the development problem. He is six years old but the knowledge including sports and the speaking, just like my daughter, more than 3 years old. This year, September he should be in primary school, but he might need to stay back.
If he cannot grow up tall, it’s a problem. Once,Â my son told me, “when I grow up I wantÂ to be asÂ tall as my father”. I said, “No, you should be taller than him”. My daughter is normal/average for her age. We have let our son try a lot of sizesÂ and my husband chose a lot ofÂ shoesÂ for my son.
No, only small/minor things. My daughter sometimes will tell us thatÂ her brother did someÂ minor things. And if they are not serious/are minor things,Â I willÂ tell my daughter to fix itÂ herself. My mother can speak well for her age. My son is slow because he has aÂ developmental problem. He is six years old but his skills in sports and speech are just like my daughter, roughly more than 3 years old/are underdeveloped, like my daughter’s level. This year, inÂ September, he should be in primary school, but he might need to stay back for another year/be held back.Â