F2F Class Notes (Raph)[S]

Today we focused on:

We focused on grammar by talking about her upcoming wedding.

Vocabulary

PDA (n): 1- public display of affection: something such as a kiss or loving touch that is given in public.
E.g.: A PDA from your parents is just embarrassing.
E.g.: I would hug you but I’m not into PDAs.

Delegate (v): 1- to give a particular job, duty, right, etc. to someone else so that they do it for you.
E.g.: As a boss you have to delegate responsibilities to your staff.
E.g.: Authority to make financial decisions has been delegated to a special committee.

Speaking

Original:

Before I enter this room, I was still preparing the rundown for my wedding. I think my wedding is the biggest event ever than I did for my work. At first I only want to have a very small-scale wedding party to invite my close friends and relatives, but my father want to announce to the friend or relative that he knew, so now have 250 guest will attend my wedding. So it’s a big party and lots of people will have dinner together and in for my preparation I have lots of details to pay attention to, like to arrange the seats of customers, and for customers not from Shanghai, we need to receive their hotels, so it’s quite complicated and I need to do job allocation to my friend, and my father and other relatives. I still have lots of concerns about my wedding, as it seems lots stuff still need to be prepared. But hopefully, everything will be okay.

Edited:

Before I entered this room, I was still preparing the rundown for my wedding, which is on Saturday. I think this is bigger than any event I’ve ever done for my work. At first I only wanted to have a very small-scale wedding party, and only invite my close friends and relatives. But my father announced it to his friends and relatives, so now we will have 250 guests in attendance. It’ will be a big party and lots of people will have dinner together, so in  preparation I have lots of details to pay attention to. I need to arrange the seating, and even hotels for guests who are not from Shanghai. It’s quite complicated, so I need to delegate some of the jobs to my friends, my father and other relatives. I still have lots of concerns about my wedding, as it seems lots stuff still need to be prepared. But hopefully, everything will be okay.

Grammar

My days was tired. – My days was tiring. I feel tired.