Liuzhou Jingdu Hotel
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... we could meet her parents. Her father is 81 and her mother is 79. They only speak Chinese so Jenny translated. First we got sauces for our food and then came back to the table. The food was very colorful with orange, green and white noodles, lettuce, meats, fish and vegetables. They all were uncooked so we cooked them in our individual hot pots. This is a fun way to eat, talk and enjoy each other's company. Her daughter Mindy was there, her nephew and Chris, ...
... can be. The last time we visited Feng and Rita she couldn't walk and now she is walking all over. For some unknown reason, Suzie likes me and whenever they put her down she walks all of the way over to me and puts her arms up for me to hold her. When I hold her she looks at me real closely and then she puts her head down on my shoulder. She really has a warm place in my heart.
After dinner, Rita took Suzie and the Nanny home while Joan, Feng and friends joined us for ...
... how to tell a story, not many people are as good at it as she is. Tracy one told me if she gets down she talks to Jenny and Jenny always picks up her spirits with a story or two.
The Zimmerman trial lesson is going a lot better. The students seem a lot more interested and are participating more. Maybe I am teaching the lesson better or maybe I am just teaching better classes.Today in one of my ...
One thing I've noticed about learning English at LiuGao is that the teachers and students know their grammar rules! One rule taught here is the correct pronunciation of the word 'the'. If the word 'the' precedes a word beginning with a consonant it is pronounced 'thu'. For instance 'the (thu) boy'. If the word 'the' precedes a word beginning with a vowel it is pronounced 'thee'. For instance 'the (thee) apple'. I know when we speak, it comes out that ...
... liked. We walked a little further down and Jenny was looking at a purse to take as a gift to America. I found a couple of Christmas gifts for back home and Jenny bought the purse she liked that had a safari print. We went inside the store to pay for these things when I saw some racks of shoes. No matter where you go in Liuzhou, you see the cutest shoes and shoes with three and four inch heels and platform heels. Jenny said people in China say 'Shop ...