VIP Class Notes (Li)[W]

Vocabulary

Good morning/afternoon/evening/night

on sale – have a discount

eg. Today, the supermarket is on sale.

eg. I am waiting for the chocolates to be on sale so that I can buy many bars.

scan: 扫描

eg. I scanned a picture into my computer.

eg. You can pay by scanning your QR code.

technology: 科技

eg. Technology has made our lives more convenient.

sound: 声音

eg. I can hear the sound of the television.

pay with cash/card/alipay/wechat pay

hair: 头发

eg. Did you brush your hair?

kitchen: 厨房

paint: 油漆

eg. I painted my kitchen last night.

eg. He likes painting.

tennis: 网球

eg. play tennis

bake: 烘,烤

eg. She likes to bake cakes.

take the subway/metro/underground – 坐地铁

headache: 头疼

eg. Tom had a headache this morning.

-ache – stomachache/backache/headache/toothache (肚子疼/背疼/头疼/牙疼)

apartment: 公寓

Grammar

I believe/think/feel + that 

eg. He thinks that today is Friday.

eg. My brother believes that he is smarter than I am.

bake -> baked (past tense)

Writing

Yesterday, I got up at 8 AM. I made a breakfast with egg and coffee for my wife. Then, I took it and told my wife, “Hi, Morning.” She was very happy and gave me a punch. About two hours later, I saw the supermarket had a big discount on my phone. We need more food. So we left home and went to the supermarket. We brought a big bag, put the food in. When I paid the Alipay, I showed my phone on the machine. Then, I heard the “Bi~”, I knew ok, we felt very convenient.

Revised: 

Yesterday, I got up at 8 AM. I made breakfast with egg and coffee for my wife. Then, I took it to my wife and told her, “Good Morning.” She was very happy and punched me. About two hours later, I saw that the supermarket was on sale on my phone. We needed more food so we left home and went to the supermarket. We brought a big bag to put the food in. When I paid with/using Alipay, I scanned my phone on the machine. Then, I heard the sound, “Bi~”, I knew it was okay, and I felt that technology is very convenient.

Pronunciation

read – reed (present tense)

read – red (past tense)