Open F2F Class Notes_11th May (Harmony)

Grass:  the green plant that people put in their yard/park.

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Yesterday when I saw/looked at WeChat, I found that many people forwarded one story/news report which was about a volcano that errupted in Fort McMurray, Canada. The wildfire was not/had not been controlled by firemen and spread to the city. 100k people had been noticed to leave as soon as possible. The sky was covered with heavy smoke and lit by the fire, and many people’s houses and some public equipment had been destroyed. When the people were evacuating, a gas station exploded, the death toll has not been confirmed.

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Yesterday when I looked at WeChat, I saw that many people forwarded one news report which was about a fire that started in Fort McMurray, Canada.  The wildfire has still not been controlled by the firemen, and has spread to the city. 100K people were given an evacuation warning, and asked to leave as soon as possible.  The sky is red and covered with heavy smoke, and many people’s houses and some public equipment has been destroyed.  When/ While/ During (the evacuation) the people were evacuating, a gas station exploded.  The death toll has not been confirmed.

One newsone piece of news/one news report/ one news article

Been notice – been advised/ evacuated/ given an evacuation warning

Destroyed (dez – troyed)

Evacuating (ev – ack – u – a- ting)

Awkward: (adj) clumsy, not graceful, not well planned or put together.

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Continue last article to write. I didn’t find any further reports about the wildfire in Fort McMurray, Canada. But I found a report about what the people did after the wildfire. When the people were evacuating, the cars run orderly and there was not crowded and cut in a line at all. The gas stations didn’t raise the price, and the people who lived near Fort McMurray published a post that they can supply a place to live or meals to the refugees if they needed and left contract messages. The people supplied lots of ways to give help to the refugees, and though this thing, let me learn the high Canadian’s quality and united.

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Continued from the last article/ writing

I didn’t find any further reports about the wildfire in Fort McMurray, Canada. But I found a report about what the people did after the wildfire. When the people were evacuating, the cars drove orderly and there was no crowding and no cutting in line at all. The gas stations didn’t raise the price, and the people who lived near Fort McMurray published a post that they can supply a place to live or meals to the refugees if they needed and left contact messages. The people supplied lots of ways to give help to the refugees, and through this report, I learned the high quality of Canadian’s, and about their unity.

 

Raise:  something has to lift it.  (person or other)

Ex:  They raised the price (the person raised it)

Ex:  We raised the flag (we did—the people.)

 

Rise:  it lifts by itself.

Ex:  The sun will rise in the east/ the sun rose.

Ex:  The river rose/ the river is rising.