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... city and surrounding district, and a vast amount of flowers, probably
imported from warmer parts of the country.
The other day I was in the plaza which now has a musical
fountain. At 8 pm it plays for a whole hour and even has flame shooting up
amidst the dancing water. Also now there is a temporary big flower display,
along with a multitude of beautiful bonsai trees. Anyway, I was in the plaza
when I bumped into Mr Song. He ...
... She told me the
president will come on the 15th and that everyone knows. Now, either
my other friend is wrong or the secret is not a secret at all – probably the
latter. It would be tough if the leader and his entourage were to arrive today
or tomorrow because workers are still in the streets doing final work.
One other thing, they’ve built some very large extension to
the Zunyi Guest House, which is actually a high and modern four star ...
... is one. It’s all done and dusted in under an hour and a half. The wedding was at twelve so I guess many of the guests came in their lunch break.
Anyway, my contribution was to get them to make a verbal commitment to one another because this is what they wanted; well to be precise what Catherine wanted. Here are the words I put together:
We are gathered here together to witness the marriage of Ivan and Catherine.
After what I thought were two very successful mornings, teaching at the brand new kindergarten, it seems the owner has changed her mind and I won't continue with them. She hasn’t given a reasonable reason to Andrew, the Singapore guy who arranged for me to teach there. He told me she seemed to think I was tired after my last morning and she was worried about my health. I think however that she was more thinking about my protest ...
... this strange looking person before them.
I quickly decided that actions would speak louder than words, so I simply got them copying my basic actions: stand up, sit down, turn around. It took a while to get most of them to copy, with help from Lily and staff but some of them never caught on. Oh well, it was a start.
I realised from this class that copying is the beginning of learning – so I learnt something from these ...