Looking forward to reading about Jo's Pets
Hello Jo, and all
I could not post my entry on Wednesday and I feel bad about it. I want to make the most of becoming the student blogger of June.
Jo, thank you so much for your kind wishes. This time again, I will try those phrases. Yes (:-)), that's me who drops articles such 'a' and 'the'. I often find myself get stuck with articles, probably say, some of the times I get to the right ones and some of the times I mess with them. I will try my best to correct my mistake which you've pointed out.
'A father or any member of the family says call of prayer in a baby's ear.'
'Venus, you have lost 8 kg to fit in your wedding gown, if you didn’t leave your habit of eating chocolates and creamy pastries, your weight will come full circle.'
'Fish and ginger seem like strange bedfellows, but they go well when fried on low flame.’
Jo, the animal you’ve described in your riddle is a cat, isn’t it? This time we all want you to talk with us and tell us more about yourself. As how do you spend your weekends? What major differences you find in the life in a big city and at the countryside?
A big THANK YOU! To all the readers who take time to read my blogs, and write their nice and friendly comments. Your comments are always welcome
Ana Paula, I really liked your saying and, you are right, as learners of English we must give a try to read the works of Shakespeare in English. I read the works of great writers in easy English which I can find in the form of the books which are designed for the students at school and college levels. I also read them on the internet, there are lots of online libraries that offer the classics of the most famous writers. I also searched for the pictures of Brazilian mangoes, they are fantastic with red blushes. I had once read that Brazil is growing its orange orchards and very soon, it is going to be on top of the list of other orange producing countries. Ana, next time I will post the pictures of my sketch work.
Marainna thank you so much for your kind comments. In the year 2003, the first time I came to know about The BBC learning English and, the service I had subscribed to was an email discussion group which was closed last year.
Pilar, you asked about my name as how is it pronounced? It’s: (na: heed)
Hoyshil, your comments are always welcome. Thank you:-)
Benka, the beach in Karachi is also known as The Clifton beach. It is surrounded with some memorable places built under The British rule and is worth visiting.
Leila, it’s really nice to know that your name is Persian too, and yes, we are like sisters because of this. How did you find your friend from Karachi like whom you worked in London with?
Katy, first of all thank you so much for your comments. As you asked, in Pakistan, whether people use English in their everyday life. I would say, those who know, speak confidently and even those who can’t speak well, they try their best and don’t feel shy about making mistakes. There are some who are extremely shy learners. About me knowing Persian, I know a little bit not much.
Thanks Wisarut, I will definitely write more about Pakistani Food and Yoga as well.
Marco, I also welcome you.
David, your comment is very informative about Taipei. I will surely write more about my city.
Thanks Seacloud for your kind wishes.
Here is the link which could not be posted last time:
Best wishes to all
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