I hate IELT test!!!!! I don't know why when I faced that kind of test paper, I only felt dizzy, and totally couldn’t be concentrated. Only do more exercise can I solve this problem. I don’t want to talk more about my exam today. Oh, my poor BR!!
After the test, I went back home to prepare my dinner, tonight we had a get-together party, including 2 Chinese, 3 Japanese, 1 British, 1 Turkish, 1 Korean, 1 Russian, ha-ha! I called this new “allied troops” of six countries. I cooked tofu with fish, of cause in Chinese way. And I also enjoyed the Japanese dishes. Next week, I had decided to learn Japanese as well as Japanese cooking. Tomorrow I will go shopping with the Japanese guy, I prefer to bridge Chinese and Japan ,though I knew that nowadays, China government and Japan’s was arguing about the Diaoyu Island.
Some people asked me to write log in Chinese, my mum included, but I really want to carry on this, I think it will work, my English will improve, though I always couldn’t express myself well.
Next week is project week which means we do not have any English course, but only academic lesson. During next week, we should do our project which I had mentioned before. My project group changed our topic at the last second; we thought that the topic of Society was quite too difficult to describe, since we couldn’t cover all the aspect of Society. Then we changed into something about Media. Though I was very interested in the previous topic, I had to give up, because we were a team. Next week we will go out for the questionnaire to pedestrians. Good luck to my International group (Asian, African and European)
Heng is going to move here next Thursday, the accommodation I lived now. Heng is my best friend now in UK.
BTW: Tomorrow is Firework Festival, ha-ha, we can see firework tomorrow night.
I am to talk about the activity last weekend with my wildlife society. Pay attention to the content below, I like that place—North Sea of UK.
This is a wild bird conserve.￡2 for the entry fee, it worth!! Really nice the place is.
Theme: being abandoned