In Tosu

Last night I had a whim to send a text message to one of my fellow English-lovers.
She lives in the next prefecture where I live, and we often have time to practice speaking English on Skype.
I remembered that she and her friends would have a meeting in English, as such I contacted her.

In the morning, I went to the place they would have a meeting. They regularly have a meeting to improve their English skills. In the first half of the meeting, they study English through an English text book.
In the latter half, they have a chat or discuss something in English. I took part in the latter half.

On arriving there, I couldn't stop talking in English. lol As they know I'm so talkative, they listened to me. Thanks a bunch, everyone!
For about an hour we had a natter and caught up on each other.
Thanks to them, I could be immersed in English. I hope they'll come over to my English meeting next time.


Hi, Pippi-san

Thank you is my word! I'm so happy to join you!

Wow! you took a lesson.^^ I'm curious to know what it was like. Do you enter the school?
I'm looking forward to talking with each other soon!

One more thing! other members and I always welcome you and your members to our meeting.^^

Hi! VR-san
Thanks for coming to our meeting! You motivate us a lot!! After that, I had an English trial lesson in a conversation school. How happy I was to study English so hard!
Please visit us whenever you are free♪

Hi, TS-san

In fact I've taken part in the meeting a few times, but as you mentioned, I'm new.^^

>The more you speak the language, the more you improve with it.
Yes, you can say that again! I'm also trying to use English as much as possible in my daily life.

I think you have English at your fingertips. Thank you for sharing your thought.

こんにちは~。すばらしぃ。 you were almost dominating the conversation even though you were new to this meeting....^_^ I guess everybody liked your stories. Ye---s, I agree. The more you speak the language, the more you improve with it. I think even it's OK using some body languages to keep the conversation ongoing if you don't know the word. Actually this is one of the strategies that I'm using.... and helps me a lot. Evens, sometimes, it looks like we are doing some charade games. 笑える。

応援クリックお願いします(^^) 励みになります♪       


Author: VibrantRose TOEIC 925 (2017.4) TESOL認定講師