Today, I’m going to talk about the word “organize”. I’m sure you know what it means and how to use it. But it’s always important to refresh your memory from time to time.
Have you ever seen a magician pull a rabbit out of the hat? In fact, I have seen a magician pull a dove out of the box.
It’s been a week since the Golden Week holidays were over. I guess things are finally getting back to normal for everyone.
I read a news story about jobs that won’t be around in 20 years because of robots. According to the article, some of the least safe jobs include telemarketers with a 99% chance of automation, followed by loan officers with a 98% and cashiers with a 97% chance of being automated.
Just imagine: There’s half a glass of water in front of you. Now, do you see it as half full, or half empty?
Today I’m going to discuss the phrase “to work on something”. This is a very useful expression and I want to share it with you.
Have you taken advantage of the GO TO TRAVEL campaign?
Well, I haven’t. I can’t, actually. The government has decided that Tokyo is excluded from the campaign. I’m a Tokyo resident, therefore, I’m not eligible for discounts offered by the campaign. Not fair!
In English, the word “person” can be used to express personal characteristics or preferences.
For example, if you love cats, you’re a cat person. If you prefer dogs, you’re a dog person. Personally, I love both cats and dogs, but I think I’m more of a dog person than a cat person.
I was reading a book the other day, when I came across an expression “behind closed doors”. Are you familiar with the phrase?
Last week I took a subway ride for the first time in six months. Due to the COVID-19, I’ve been working 100% from home since March as all of my work as an interpreter has been cancelled.