F2F Class Notes (Nemo) [W]


My son was born in USA in 2018,because of I want to give him more chances and choices in the future,so I and son’s father decide to go to Los Angeles to have child.I’m going there eight months after pregnancy.When my son was born,I return to China.This year he will turn one year old,he still can’t walk and talk now,I take time to accompany with him every day.Sometimes he is very noisy,like a little devil,but sometimes he is cute,like a angel.I often take him to play with other children,he is very happy.As his mother,I have full responsibility for bringing him up,certainly I hope him grow up health and happy.My family all love him so much.

My son was born in the USA in 2018, because of I wanted to give him more opportunities  and choices in the future, so me and his father decide to go to Los Angeles to have a child. I went there eight months after I got pregnant/into my pregnancy. After my son was born,we returned to China. This year he will turn one/ he will be one year old,he still can’t walk and talk now, I spend a lot of time with him every day. Sometimes he is very noisy, like a little devil, but sometimes he is cute, like an angel. I often take him (out) to play with other children, he is very happy to play with his friends/ he’s a very happy child. As his mother, I have the full responsibility of bringing him up, certainly I hope him to grow up healthy and happy I hope him to grow to become a healthy and a happy person. My entire family loves him so much.


accompany (v): to go with someone or to be provided or exist at the same time as something
E.g.: The course books are accompanied by four CDs.
E.g.: Depression is almost always accompanied by insomnia.
E.g.: The salmon was accompanied by (= served with) a fresh green salad.
2-to show someone how to get to somewhere
E.g.: Would you like me to accompany you to your room?

entire (adj): whole or complete, with nothing missing
E.g.: Between them they ate an entire cake.
E.g.: He’d spent the entire journey asleep.
E.g.: They got an entire set of silver cutlery as a wedding present.

I’ve been in America, traveling, so that’s why I didn’t have a class last week

during my pregnancy (n)
while I was pregnant (adj)

I went to register my brand for the American market

my application was finally approved so I went to the USA to finish all of the formalities

formalities [ plural ]-something that the law or an official process says must be done
E.g.: We’ll have to observe the formalities (= do what is expected).

once my son becomes an adult, I’ll be able to apply for the American citizenship

adult (n):a person or animal that has grown to full size and strength
E.g.: An adult under English law is someone over 18 years old.
E.g.: Adults pay an admission charge but children get in free.

we still need some time before we understand the market completely,

take (something) into consideration. : to think about (something) before one makes a decision or forms an opinion
we have to take many things into consideration-我们必须考虑很多事情