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... the different tones did not intimidate me anymore. Chinese became less foreign to me. Yet, at one exercise, I second guessed myself because when doing the third tone, I kept doing the second tone. Being aware of tones when speaking was a huge challenge to me.
After class, I went to the cafeteria with Karena, Edgar, Lindsay, Desirae, and Stephanie. I got three items for eight yuan. However, I did not eat that much because I was not that hungry.
Right after ...
TOURIST ATTRACTION DAY
Today we met our Tour Group and Tour Guide Michael.
We now embark on the escorted part of our trip. As there are only 13 of us it should be easy to become acquainted. Our group consists of 3 couples from Mexico, a couple from the US but originally from Brazil, a Mother/Daughter from Vegas, a Single man from SF ...
... we've been, the food here has been unforgettable.
There's been a few hits and a few misses. There was this one time I didn't know what I was ordering. I pointed to a picture on the menu and then used my picture book to point out a cow as I thought it was beef. I didn't notice it at the time but in hindsight, the waiter hesitated before he pointed to the pig. The meal came out, sizzling and full of colour. The first bite tasted OK, the second was ...
... Zhou, and he told us we could just call him Joe. He said he was from Beijing and gave us a lot of helpful hints on things to watch out for while in the city, like not accepting requests from people to help them with their English, as they would take you to a bar and stick you with the entire bill, which was usually astronomical. Some of them might even drug you by putting something in your drink.
The first stop was Tian'anmen Square, which we ...
... maybe like 80. He's awesome though, and very "with-it". Might even just be a worker..haha. But yeah. All ages...adult ages*
Okay. Umm. Recall that this isn't a school. It's basically a day care center. And some families do drop them off..but remember. These are adults. Some don't have families far as I know, and need to live in the centers. It's rough. China and the United States are opposites in terms of mentally-disabled care. People oftentimes are ...
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