VIP Class Notes (Nemo)[W/S]

Today we focused on:

First day go to school
In 9.1. I’m go to class, I went to see my classmate, I’m happy. And I have new books, they are Chinese, March, English. They’re my books. And I read them. I’m happy to first go to school.

My first day of school-Back to school
On September 1, I started going to school again, I went to see my classmates, I was happy to see them.  Also now I have new books, these are Chinese, Math and English. These are my new books. And I like to read them/I enjoy reading them. I’m happy to be back to school.

pour (v):to make a substance flow from a container, especially into another container, by raising just one side of the container that the substance is in
E.g.: I spilled the juice while I was pouring it.
E.g.: Pour the honey into the bowl and mix it thoroughly with the other ingredients.
E.g.: Would you like me to pour you some more wine?

抽奖活动-Lucky Draw

run after (v)-追逐to chase someone or something that is moving away from you
E.g.: Why do dogs run after cats?
E.g.: She ran after me to hand me some papers I’d dropped.

there are 39 students in my class, including me-我们班有39个学生,包括我

he crashed into his own store-他撞上了自己的商店
The plane crashed into a mountainside.


Mr Bean has one teddy bear one day he to drink tea for he and his teddy bear. But he has only one cup, he went to buy some cup. He go to the cup shop and buy a cup but he don’t have money. And he see a lucky draw, he go to the lucky draw house, but he doesn’t hit the 目标. He push the 目标 but the man see he. The man is angry, he run after Mr Bean. Mr B is run and run but the man is not lucky and he crashed into his own store. Mr Bean say, I take this money and Teddina bear and tomorrow Mr B to buy a cup. He buy two cup for Teddy and Teddina .

Mr Bean has a teddy bear one day he wanted to pour himself some tea, he also wanted to pour some to Teddy But he has only got one cup, he went to buy a cup. He went to a cup shop and he picked a cup but he didn’t have any money. And he saw a lucky draw, he went to the lucky draw store, but he couldn’t hit the target. He pushed the target but a man saw him. The man was angry, he ran after Mr Bean. Mr B was running  and running but the man wasn’t lucky/didn’t have any luck and he crashed into his own store. Mr Bean said, I’ll take this money and Teddina bear and the next day Mr B went to buy a cup. He bought two cups one for Teddy and one for Teddina .


In traditional American usage, dates are written in the month–day–year order (e.g. September 1, 2019) with a comma before and after the year if it is not at the end of a sentence, and time in 12-hour notation (2:56 am).

Incorrect:   On May 13th, 2007 Daniel was born.
Correct:      On May 13, 2007, Daniel was born.
Incorrect:   On 13 May, 2007, Daniel was born.
Correct:      On 13 May 2007 Daniel was born.

Daniel was born on May 13 .
Correct:       Daniel was born on the 13th of May .
Correct:        Daniel was born on the thirteenth .

We use these and those with plural nouns:

You can use any one of these computers. (these + plural noun)

I need to paint those windows. (those + plural noun)

The plural forms of it are they, their, them, theirs.

– Do you like apples?
– No, I don’t like them.