Annie compliments Edward on his outfit and wonders if his brother, Ethan, dressed him. Edward says sometimes his brother bothers him too much. Annie and Edward also discuss how bad gossip is. Sometimes people are led to gossip so they do not become targets of other people’s gossip. It is a huge waste of time.
Keep your nose out of my business.
Talk behind other people’s back.
Don’t let other people lead you by the nose.
They take all the time to make someone look bad for their entertainment.
Annie teaches Edward how to use shoulder in day-to-day phrases in Chinese. Annie mentions her memory of reading “Julius Caesar” by Shakespeare when she was in school. They also discuss various terms that can be used in different scenarios involving friendship.
2018/08/17 (星期五) 10:05
Most people do not commit major crimes, but many also do not flinch while making smaller mistakes. They do not lie about important issues, but they exaggerate or tell partial truths. They think the little things do not matter. However, what we think affects what we do and what we do affects who we are. Do you choose to do the right thing for the right reason? Do you choose not to commit a crime because of the consequences or because you know it is wrong?
2018/08/21 (星期二) 10:03
When you have something to say, say it concisely. If words are useless, don’t say anything at all. Don’t interrupt when people are talking. If you really need to be heard, ask for permission first. Don’t ask questions that you know will embarrass others. Don’t monopolize the conversation. Leave a chance for others to participate.
2018/05/01 (星期二) 10:07