Open F2F Class Notes 15th November (Raph)[1]

Student: Jason S.


Weakness (n): 1- the state or condition of lacking strength. 2- a quality or feature that prevents someone or something from being effective or useful.
E.g.: The incident exposed his weakness as a leader.

Strength (n): 1- physical power and energy. 2- the quality or state of being strong.
E.g.: His communication skills are his biggest strength.

Persistent (adj): 1- continuing to do something or to try to do something even though it is difficult or other people want you to stop.
E.g.: Being persistent is very important when learning a new language.

Express (v): 1- to put a thought, an idea, or a feeling into words. 2- to show opinions, feelings, etc., as in speaking, writing, painting, etc.
E.g.: He can express himself very clearly, both in English and in Chinese.

Q: What do you do for a living?
A: I work with sales at a PetroChina agent.


Q: Don’t you like chocolate?
A: Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.



I like milk and bread very much. Most of time I will choose that in the morning. When I went to the import supermarket I always looking for different milks
In the afternoon, I will prepare congee to eat, I feel that’s is useful for my healthy. I think i will lose weight if i persist that.


I like milk and bread very much. Most mornings I eat that for breakfast. When I go to the international supermarket, I always look for different kinds of milk.
In the afternoon, I prepare congee, because I feel that it is good for my health. I think i will lose weight if I persist with that.

(Original – Edited)

I always work with sales – I have always worked with sales.