So, I saw my aunt last weekend for the first time in 6 years and the second in 36. For the first time, we could talk to each other. My aunt has 5 kids, and I got to meet one of my cousins, 40 (at last, I can call someone 오빠), and his rugrats. Emo … Continue reading Getting to know our family
Yeah HyoJung, but which country has McDelivery on demand? Not US(A). You can order McDonalds’ delivery in Korea and Indonesia too but not back home and not in Japan. Here’s the incredulous look on my Japanese classmate’s face. So credit to Tri’s whimsy, we placed a very unnecessary McDelivery order before he left Korea. About … Continue reading McDelivery
오늘은 이상한 경험을 받았어요. 조깅 후에 집으로 걸었을 때 어떤 이상한 남자가 저로 왔어요. 그 남자는 저에게 한국어를 안다고 물어봤어요. 제가 뭐라고 말했어요. 그 남자는 저에게 작은 소리로 다시 니가 한국어를 아냐고 했어요. 저는 조금 안다고 대답했어요. 남자는 니가 몇 살이냐고 했어요. 저는 38살이라고 했어요. 그다음에 그남자는 저한테 결혼했냐고 했어요. 제가 결혼 안 했는데 제가 … Continue reading 이상해지요?
Try this discussion activity to teach quantifiers to your students. Thanks, interwebs. Draw a giant circle on your white board, label that circle “all”. Within that circle, draw another and note it as “nearly all”. Within that, “most” and so on until you reach the middle of the circle = “none”. On the top of … Continue reading Quantifying culture–an ESL activity
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