Do you like sushi or sashimi? How many fish can you name in English? How many ways are there to cook a fish? Read on and find out!
While I was in Canada, on vacation, I got invited to what I thought was a really strange party. One of my good childhood friends was holding a pig roast, at her house, on her front lawn! How weird is that?! You may be wondering what exactly is a pig roast and what do people do at one.
Well, read on for more pig roast details!
Twenty years from now
you will be more disappointed by the things
that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.
So throw off the bowlines.
Sail away from the safe harbor.
Catch the trade winds in your sails.
Explore. Dream. Discover.
-H. Jackson Brown Jr.
Hi! It’s Mayumi 😀
Ben encouraged me to write something in English for this blog.
So I would like to write about my experience of staying abroad for a long-term.
There are certain things that Japanese people do (or have) that Canadians don’t, and vice versa. Here’s a list of differences that you might find amusing.
It’s great to say that you usually get a hair cut, but exactly how often do you get a hair cut? Some people get their hair cut more often than others. How often do you visit the dentist? It’s not wrong to answer that question with “sometimes”, but it’s pretty vague. So, let’s use some adverbs of definite frequency to give more details and be more specific on how often we do things.
How often do you go shopping? Do you aways drink a cup of coffee after dinner? Try out some adverbs of indefinite frequency to give people a better idea of how often you do routine chores and activities.