3rd September at 7:30pm with Nicola

In the last lesson for this evening, I learnt all about the story of Momotaro! 🍑🧒 - Nicola
What did you do this weekend?
I went to Takasago city. I visited my friend. I went to five temples.
How Exciting!
What did you do this weekend?
I went to the science museum with my family.
Where is the science museum?
It is in Kurashiki city in Okayama prefecture. There was a big planetarium!
Very Exciting!
What did you do this weekend?
I stayed at home and I watched a movie on my smartphone. I also studied english and I played
with my cat.
Nicola, What did you do this weekend?
This weekend I stayed home, watched some television and spoke to my sister in Australia.
We were given some fish, so on Saturday we ate dinner together.
Gashira fish have a lot of bones - it is a very boney fish.
Expanding = getting bigger
This class is expanding!
I ate too much food so my stomach is expanding!
Instead of looking at her pictures, I want you to talk.
I have family in Japan and Australia.
Next Generation
Passed away = died
David has three siblings. He has three brothers.
Do you have any siblings?
I have one sibling - my older brother.
Does he live in Hinase?
No, he lives in Hokkaido.
I was born in Sapporo.
Really? I used to live in Kutchan!
I knew someone in Okayama.
I am having lunch with someone from work.
Dynamic Duo
Duo = pair
Otogibanashi - Fairytale
Once upon a time there was a river.
A big peach floated down the river.
A grandmother and grandfather found and picked up the big peach.
The Grandmother and Grandfather cut the peach.
Then - Surprise! Guess what’s inside?
Inside the peach was a small baby boy. 
Japan has thousands of otogibanashi.
I look forward to seeing you next week!

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