F2F Class Notes 28th June (Jesse)

That’s why you have to use English so often. you cant have english class once a week. You’re never gona get past Chinglish if you do that.

That’s obviously the best situation. I think your situation is pretty good, I mean that a lot of people want that, the fact that you can use English and are around English all the time, and you can come here do what we’re doing. Like…. you are the kind of the prefect student in terms of your situation and how interested you are in learning stuff. So I think that’s what everyone needs. 

so when people come here and say i want to improve really quickly I’m like ok then you need this this and this. Coming to SE is one of those things, the other 2 things i can’t give to you. 

i’ll go back

you go past it

you pass it 

you get past it 

too more childrentoo many children 

some children / some money 

many children / a lot of money 

my daughter joined a paining school and the painting school arranged an activity for children to go to haagendaas and they said they will let the children make the icecream by themselve and have some creature the hagendaas creature, they said it’s like some animal to talk story for the children and then do the painting content. and when that day we went there it’s totally different, they just give every child an icecream bowl, very small very small (tiny small), and no story and they give children a book to, they already have some painting on that and children can paint the color inside. 

my daughter joined a painting school and the painting school arranged an activity for children to go to haagendaas and they said they would let the children make the icecream by themselves and have a mascot, like some animal, to tell a story to the children and then have a painting contest. and on that day we went there but it was totally different, they just gave every child a scoop of icecream, tiny, and no story and they just gave the children a coloring-in book

ball of icecreamscoop of icecream 

ball – borll

bow l 

painting – p ay n 

pay / pai / pae 

pane = pain = payn = ate = arranged

children – chill 

said (sed) = says (sez

sad 

a = “ah”