Now I'm stay home. This week is the fifth week in May, so I have no plans to go out in the morning. I'm preparing for next week's lesson. They (my students) are going to celebrate for Father's day making crafts.
I've kept some things for my kids' presents to their fahter. The wooden doll, the wooden tie tack were made when they were in kindergarten. The one-day free tickets for playing tennis was made when they were elementary school students. At that time their father (my husband) was into playing tennis.
Now he is into playing golf. So I have to make some one-day free tickets for playing golf.
Anyway Father's Day is coming. I let my students make such wooden dolls and cards.
I usualy read this book. It's funny, and the thinking way is really American.
He can eat like a horse. -- Probably we say "he can eat like a pig".
He can swim like a fish. --I agree with it.
He's as strong as a gorilla. --I agree with it.
He's as happy as a hippo.-- That's really an American thinking way. Probably we say "he's as serious as a ?????".
He's as big as a house. -- Probably we say "He's as big as a tree."
He's as soft as my deddy. -- Interesting.
and he's as wise as an owl. -- I know owls are descrubed as smart animals in America, but in Japan owls are not so typical. What are smart animals in Japan????
Reading picture books is fun.