Good evening everyone,
First of all, I am so sorry that I could not reply to you in the past weekend. I was busy organizing birthday & farewell party for my friend, going for dance, and having reunion dinner with friends. It was really fun but I was so tired in the Monday morning :-( I will be very careful not to blink my eyes when I'm working!
Amy, thank you so much for all the kind answers. I would like to reply you about the word 'distribute'. I wanted to disbribe the girl, wearing maid clothes, trying to pass the ads of her maid cafe. That's why she was reaching her hands to someone. Should I say ' She tries to give a piece of advertisement of her cafe.' ? Or can I use other verbs, which could express this 'move' with one word??
One more thing, I would like to ask one thing about beyonce lylics. I would appreciate it if you kindly answer to me.
Yes, Beyonce comes again in my mind, bringing good & interesting question from Sevinc from Turkey. Thanks Sevinc, I realized my mistake (or maybe her mistake?) of English.
On the Friday blog, I said ' Now I'm done for this week! '. And Sevinc ( sorry, actually i'm not sure if you are guy or girl! could you please let me know?) told wrote the comment and asked why I was using 'am in this sentence.
'I am done' is passive sentence so it should not work.
I learnt this expression from the song 'Listen' and Beyonce sang the lyric as follows : 'Now I'm done believeing you'.
At first I thought 'I've done beliebing you', but the lyric showed 'I'm done'. I listened to the music, and heard she was singing ' I'm'.
Now I think 'I'm done ' should be replaced by 'I've done'. !!!!!
Back to what I did tonight....
Today I booked a flight to Korea for holiday!!! whooooooo! It's been a year since the last time I got out of my motherland, Japan just for holiday! I once flew for my job, but it was never ever fun at all, because I had to work even if(*1) I was in a foreign city and sightseeing tempted me so much during my work!!!! haha! Anyway, it was first time for me to book a flight using with my flyer miles. It was so convenient to book so I was positively surprised! well,,, I wish I became really rich somday and flew everywhere using with my flyer miles, which I got from shopping. --- This sounds like shoppaholic or some advertisements! Obviously I should NOT do!
(*1) : Should I avoid 'if' in that sentense? Because I actually did this thing so it was not the right situation to use 'if'.
Could you do me a favor, Amy? Please teach me to use 'even' in a samrt way, if we have chance.
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