Blog ranking


Monthly Archives

All Post

All Post

Recent Comments





First English Post

I took dictation by the English book "LIVE from LONDON".
It's my best fevorate book now because it contains a lot of interesting and fascinating conversations in it.
I've learnd English words.

* wardrobe : a tall cupboard in which you hang your clothes, or all of the clothes that a person owns

* drawer : a box-shaped container withoout a top which is part of a piece of furniture. It slides in and out to open and close and is used for keeping things in.

* neat : tidy (having everything ordered and arranged in the right place, or liking to keep things like this), nice

* basement : a part of a building consisting of rooms that are partly or completely below the level of the ground

* cholesterol : a substance containing a lot of fat that is found in the body tissue and blood of all animals, and which is thought to be part of the cause of heart disease if there is too much of it

* feast : a special meal with very godd food or a large meal for many people

* filling : any material used to fill something

* "Heavens!" : "wow! Great!"

* "Cor." : "Um..."(Is it correct? I'm not sure the meaning. Please tell me!)

* "Very pleasant." : more posh than saying "Very nice"

* Leek : a vegetable which looks like a white stick with long green leaves on top and which tastes and smells like an onion. It's used often with British food.

* radish : a small vegetable, usually red and white and round or shaped like a finger, which gorws underground and is usually eaten raw in salads. It's very important spice in British tradditional food like roast beef.

It's better than yasterday. I'd never done kind of this training, so it was really hard!

My plan of learning multi-language is
* Monday,Wednesday and Friday : study English, German and Russian.
* Tuesday,Thursday and Saturday : study English, Spanish and French.
* Only Sunday : Study Greek, Turkish, Swedish, Italy and Thai.