今日は週1の英会話レッスン Dec 21 2017

ゾンビガールのPさんは、今日もゾンビガールでした

こんばんは! ジュニーです。 ご飯&お風呂入っていたらこんな時間!もう22日。毎日更新を目標にしていたのに守れませんでした…(公開時間をちょちょいといじる魔法を使わせていただきますw)

 

今日は、二人で通っている英会話レッスンでした。

 

 

 

私の彼女のPさんは…

 

今日も相変わらず【ゾンビガール】でした!!!笑

 

 

 

Pさん、話すときめっちゃテンションが低いんですよ(/´Д`)/ まぁ、それが通常なので私は慣れているんですが。

面倒くさいFace

あとは「Pさん話して」と言われるととても面倒くさそうな顔をします。

こんな顔しているのですよ。まじで…w

 

 

お勉強しにきてるのに…w

この顔は、【面倒くさいFace】と呼ばれております。先生は、「ゾンビガール!」「No!  面倒くさいFace」とPさんを茶化すので私は常に爆笑していますね。

 

 

 

 

今週末、私は実家へ帰省。Pさんとはさよならです…

Good Bye Pさん! クリスマスが近いにも関わらず実家へ帰省お許しください。クリスマスのケーキだけ予約はしているけど、今年は何もプレゼント交換はしない私達です。

 

 

あ、でも…クリスマス、めっちゃ好きなので、クリスマスイルミネーションは今年も観に行く予定です。2016年と同じで東京駅らへんかな??

 

 

 

 

Pさん、2日くらい会えませんが私が戻ってくるのをクリスマスプレゼントだと思って待っていてくださいね!!!←

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

今日は、ちょっとオネムなので…
英語の宿題をダラダラーと書いて終わります。ここから下は自分用のお勉強です。
(いつか英語が得意になりますように)

 

 

 

それでは! Bye for now!

 

My Opinion

Do you ever wonder why we yawn? Do you always yawn when you see other people yawn? A new study from Nottingham University in the UK has done research on this. Researchers found that yawning is contagious. It is a powerful and unstoppable reaction. People automatically want to yawn when they see other people yawning. The researchers said people actually yawn more when they try to stop yawning. The researchers also found that some people have a much stronger urge to yawn than other people. Lead researcher Professor Stephen Jackson said that even reading about yawning could be enough to make people yawn. You might even want to yawn right now.
The researchers studied the reactions and brain activity of 36 adult volunteers. The volunteers looked at video clips of other people yawning. They then had two choices – either to stop themselves yawning or to allow themselves to do it. The volunteers were videoed as they yawned or tried not to yawn. The researchers also monitored the brain activity of the volunteers and checked how strong their feeling to want to yawn was. Jackson said understanding more about yawning will help to treat conditions such as dementia, epilepsy and Tourettes. He said: “We are looking for potential non-drug, personalized treatments…that might be effective in [changing] imbalances in the brain.”
Breaking News English Lesson on Yawning

 

I’ve heard that when our brain is inactive, we yawn, to send oxygen to our brain. “Yawning will help to treat illnesses such as dementia and epilepsy.” is news to me. Many people are worrying about their family’s senility, and even their own senility. And there are 60-80 million people suffering from epilepsy in Japan. If this research into yawning makes progress, a lot of people will be happy.