VIP Class Notes (Li) [S]

Vocabulary

nonsense (1): words or ideas that foolish or untrue

eg. Don’t listen to him, he’s talking nonsense.

eg. I don’t know why you believe that nonsense about certain numbers being unlucky.

nonsense (2): behaviour that is silly, annoying or kind

eg. He was not in the mood to put up with any nonsense from his little brother.

strangers: someone who you have not met before or do not know

eg. He is a complete stranger to me.

eg. Children are not taught to talk to strangers.

stand: to be willing or able to accept without complaint

eg. I can’t stand people who talk nonsense.

Grammar

very enjoy – enjoy a lot 

can’t understand what they speak – can’t understand what they say 

Speaking

I don’t like to say too much, talk too much. I want to protect myself. When I was young, I really like to say a lot. Most situations I talking with strange people I don’t know, I always asking them something and they reply with something. If they talk about something too professional and I can’t understand I will not stand it.

Revised: 

I don’t like to say too much, or talk too much. I want to protect myself. When I was young, I really liked to say talk a lot. In most situations when I am talking with to strange people that I don’t know, I always asked them something and they reply with something else. If they talk about something too professional and I can’t understand, I will not stand it/bear with it.