Radio Controlled Car
When I was 8, my father bought me a radio controlled car kit.
It was a 1:10 scale version of the car that won the 1992 World Rally Championship.
He is a proud owner of the production version of the car.
After speaking to many of Sala’s students over the past few weeks about vacation spots, I’ve chosen the top 3 that I’d like to visit sometime in the future. I’ve kept my choices within a relatively reasonable flying distance from Japan (I hate airplanes), and have selected places that have a distinctly unique atmosphere.
So, here’s my list.
I think most students only use going to or will.
Might is a wonderful word.
Might = 40%-60% chance.
I think you should use “might” more often.
You can use it to express things that are not 100%.
Last week, I got into a new hobby – again. Thanks to Mayumi, I am expending all of my spiritual energy on jogging. In the past, I’ve done quite a bit of running (sprinting), but no further than 400 meters. So, jogging 5+ kms seemed like unnatural torture, at first. But now, after going jogging for 5-6.5 kms at a time, I think that I’m getting used to it. And maybe, a part of me even likes it. Probably the part of me that can’t feel pain.
While I was looking up some jogging tips on the Internet, I came across some interesting / WEIRD information.
Spring is upon us and the weather couldn’t be better as of late. However, my new lifestyle doesn’t allow me to care about such things anymore. Last year, I was cycling around the city in my spare time, visiting parks and doing other various activities before the heat and humidity of summer in Osaka struck. This year, I am the new father of a beautiful baby boy. It is amazing how much time fatherhood occupies.
Talking about Change Using: Still/Anymore
I have lived in Japan for 1 an a half years. Osaka is very different to Sydney.
I don’t think too much about change, but it’s interesting to see the changes.