I’m feeling okay. I’m not sick. There is nobody in the other apartments. When we go outside, we take: our jackets, a scooter, and a lasso. My dad
is teaching me to throw the lasso. I can’t ride the scooter and throw it at the
same time. At least not yet!
New words: lasso
I have been watching “The Tales of the Gold
Monkey,” a television series about an explorer, a dog named Jack, an airplane
which is called “Cutter’s Goose.” In the last episode, they found a treasure on
an island. The treasure was hidden in a cave high up on a mountain.
Yesterday, my mother went into her bedroom
to call her colleagues and have a meeting on the telephone.
New word: colleagues
Hello. Today I’m going to talk about the
biggest horse in the world. The biggest horse in the world was a Shire born in
1846 (eighteen forty-six). At the age of six years, he measured 2 meters, 25
centimeters. Usually, we don’t ride a horse this tall! It will be strange to
begin riding again!
New word: Shire ˈshī(-ə)r (breed
[Gold Monkey?] [Talking to friends?]
[Pandemic?] [Jumping Jacks]
I think about the last time I went riding.
We did three jumps at the trot and then we galloped three lengths. I rode “Sa
Majesté,” who is a super good pony. He is nice. He really likes kids. Every
week, he has eight different riders.
New words: to gallop, length/width
Yesterday, we flew a toy glider. It was so
windy! It has been windy for three days now. From the window today, I saw the
little tree next to the building across has blown over. It has been hard to
New words: glider, blown over
Yesterday, I watched Bonanza on my
television. It is an American television program about a ranch called the
“Ponderosa” in Nevada in the 1870s. Dad cut his own hair today, all by himself.
It looks okay. I’m surprised!
New words: (“T.V.” /ti :vi:/; television; Ponderosa; Nevada)