Sorry friends ...
First of all, I would like to say sorry that I am too busy to blog everyday. I have been too busy at work recently, at the end of the day, I feel so exhausted and I can't concentrate on blogging. I am getting sick at the moment... Headache...
Jo, sorry that I haven't finished your task of Cockney Rhyming Slang yet, and I am doing it right now. And sorry again because you are right, I don't have much time to concentrate on blogging so... I know I have made a lot of mistakes... And I will try to be careful in using tenses in the future. Thank you so much for your advice.
Let's give myself a go... I will correct the tenses for some of the sentences you found in my last blog:
1) It was very sunny all day so I just stayed at home and _slept_.
2) Tourism in Vietnam _is developing_ more and more.
3) But I hope that I _have just shown_ you an overview of my beautiful country.
Well, I don't know whether they are correct or not because my loaf of bread is not working now :))
And now, my second task is to rewrite Jo's story... I must say that Cockney Rhyming Slang is so difficult for foreigners like us... But I will try to study them to make my English more professional ^_^
And now is the story which has been rewritten:
I rushed down the STAIRS(apples and pears). The dog and bone was ringing.
‘Hello?’ I asked.
‘Where are you, you idiot?’
It was the WIFE (trouble and strife).
‘You were supposed to be at the church an hour ago!’
I’d forgotten about the wedding! Oops!
‘I don’t BELIEVE (Adam and Eve) it! For God’s sake, can’t you use your HEAD (loaf) for once? Put your SUIT (whistle and flute) on and get here straight away!’
Haha, I find these Cockney Rhyming Slang words so interesting, I will try to use it more often...
Jo, your village is so beautiful, I wish I had a chance to go there one day and visit you :)
Now some minutes to answer your comments:
Ana Paula: Thank you for reading my blog very often... Wish you a nice day!
Kürşad KÜLTÜR: Thank you, please come and visit Vietnam one day!
Sarah: We have four seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter. And Vietnam has the tropical climate... Welcome you to Vietnam:)
Sherzod: English is becoming more and more popular in Vietnam. More and more people find the importance of English and study it. Some years later, English has been taught from elementary school.
Hai Van: Sorry, just my small mistake... I've never been to Phu Quoc yet, but I know it's great!
Tran Duc: Thank you so much for reading my entry, happy to hear from a Vietnamese... We are proud of Vietnam, rite?
Fernando: Thank you for visiting Vietnam... How was your honey moon? Where did you go? I also wish I would visit Spain soon.
Wisarut: Thanks for keep writing comments for every entry of mine. I really appreciate that!
Naheed: I am trying to blog as well as you did... But I find it so difficult... You did a good job!!!
Jill Huang: China is very near Vietnam... So please visit Vietnam... I have been to China but not Beijing and I am thinking of taking a short Chinese course in Beijing...
Nazneen Sayyed: Thank you for reading and giving me advice... Hope to hear from you.
Ahmed: Our people are working hard to improve our standard of living... But you know there are both rich and poor people. We eat rice, meat, vegetables... nothing very particular I think...
Bich Nga: It's Phuong Vi in summer... Hope you will go to Hanoi soon...
All friends, thanks for commenting for my entry, and I am very happy that you have enjoyed my entry about Vietnam... I am thinking of what to blog at the weekend? Could you please give me some ideas?
And now I am going to have a cup of Rosie Lee and sleep...
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