Thursday 10:30 to 11:30 session with Sam and Henry.
祝日って国によって違うし、その祝い方も独特で面白い。日本の私達のお祝いの食べ物や意味とか。話すとどんどん有りますね。セッションの後に、今日はサロナーさんから、うちの外国人ゲストに、ダシのとり方や、又美味しい味噌汁の作り方を伝授してもらい、皆感激😉 Today we spoke of holiday traditions in Japan and learned many new verbs like pouring, coughing, building, using, feeding and taking. Then we headed to the kitchen and cooked miso soup together! Delicious!
We are cooking with each other
We are talking with each other
We want to show you how to make deviled eggs
Japan does not celebrate Easter
What holidays do you celebrate?
In autumn we give thanks for the rice harvest
When is that?
In two weeks.
You could say. ''the autumn festival is in about three weeks''
Is there a winter festival?
What is a traditional New Years food?
Green pea shoots
You can buy konnyaku at the convenience store
Not normal potato
Not sweet potato
He is building a wall
He is coughing.
Water is a liquid. Milk is a liquid. Coffee is a liquid.
Pouring a liquid.
The opposite of a liquid is a solid.
A carrot is solid, but carrot juice is liquid
Ice is solid, water is a liquid
Olive oil is liquid
Soy sauce is liquid, soy beans are solid
You can pour other liquids
I am using the computer right now
Henry is using his phone
You are using a pen to write
They are feeding each other
The phone is ringing
The door bell is ringing
He is taking the dog for a walk
She is taking an airplane to Tokyo.
We usually say taking, not 'taking up'