June 27, 2020
How was yesterday?
I was busy for grocery shopping.
Flor, What did you do?
I just worked (worked = el pasado de trabajar)
What time do you work?
9 am through 7 pm. I work for 10 hours a day.
Ayme, you said you couldn’t sleep very well. What happened?
I don’t know what happened. Last night before I went to bed, I had a cup of green tea. (went = el pasado de “ir”, go, went)
· I go to work.
· Yesterday, I went to work.
Are you going to take a nap?
· Take a nap: hacer una siesta
I had a busy day too. I worked a lot for my university students and my paper. I had a meeting, too. I went for a walk at Lake Fayetteville.
(had: el pasado de “tener,” have-had)
I walked for three miles.
Where did you go for a walk?
Near my house.
Is there a park?
Yes. There is a park at Har-ber.
Flor, do you exercise?
I don’t exercise. I am too busy with my work.
What do you do for fun?
I like shopping.
Where do you go shopping?
I go to a Mall or Walmart.
Did you hear that JC Penney went bankrupt?
Bankrupt (bancarrota). Go bankrupt.
I like Ross, too. It’s in Rogers. Because they have cute clothes (ropas) and furniture (muebles). And it’s cheaper (mas barato).
I went to Ross with my friend, Sandra.
Wish (deseo) I wish
Which do you like?
Watch TV :
Wash dishes (lavar platos)
Who washed dishes?
Tongue Twisters (el trabalenguas)
Speak out loud. (hablar en voz alta)
Which wristwatches are Swiss wristwatches?
She sees cheese. (ella ve el queso.)
I wish to wash my Irish wristwatch (Deseo lavar mi reloj de pulsera irlandés).