流石に、Chapter1のconsonant soundsがようやく全部終わって、 その後新しいTutorがＣｈａｐｔｅｒ1のReviewしたら、
kin / Kim / king とか
vest / best とか
think / sink / (shink) とか
lush / lash / (lersh) とか
wrong / long とか
Subject: With regard to correct my sentence
I always appreciate your business.
I'm writing to ask you to correct this sentence below.
TOPIC: How to remember new English vocabulary for me
I take a two-step approach to remember new English vocabulary.
First step is to write and to say the word to remember the vocabulary. It’s because it is so simple and shortest way to remember the vocabulary.
And second step is to relate the vocabulary to the similar one or similar meaning phrase as much as possible. It’s because it is difficult to forget the remembered vocabulary in this way. It means I should make a network of English vocabularies. It’s because if I make the network larger and larger, I’m difficult to forget the vocabulary and I remind it easier if I forget it. So it is so simple way to remind it if I forget it because I have only to follow the network.
Therefore, I can remember the vocabulary in any way, and if I forget it, I can remind it in any way. So, when I remember new English vocabulary, I’m not conscious of remembering individually, but I’m conscious of relating it to another vocabulary and broadening my English vocabulary network.
Subject: (Regarding) Corrections
(I always appreciate your business. )
Thank you for your help.
Could I please have the following sentences corrected?
TOPIC: How to learn new English vocabulary
I take a two-step approach to learn new English vocabulary.
The first step is to write and say the word.
This is the simplest and fastest way to remember the vocabulary.
The second step is to link the vocabulary to a similar word or a phrase with similar meaning as much as possible. This is because it is difficult to forget the new vocabulary in this way. This means we should make a network of English vocabulary.
By building this network, it’s difficult to forget the vocabulary and in the event that I do forget, I can remember the word more easily. Therefore it is a simple way to remember words if I forget because I have only to follow the network.
Therefore, I can remember the vocabulary in any way, and if I forget it, I can remember it in any way. So, when I learn new English vocabulary, I don't consciously memorize the words individually, but I pay attention to relating it to another word and thereby broadening my English vocabulary network.
"Could I please have the following sentences corrected"
"May I please have something to drink? "
"Can I please have this endive salad with watercress and oranges, for appetizer? And, um, risotto. "
[Confirm the meaning of each word]
1. used to show the reason/result/purpose of sth:
◇It was still painful so I went to see a doctor.
2. used to introduce the next part of a story:
◇So after shouting and screaming for an hour she walked out in tears.
used to introduce the logical result of sth that has just been mentioned:
◇He’s only 17 and therefore not eligible to vote.
◇There is still much to discuss. We shall, therefore, return to this item at our next meeting.
used to introduce the result of the action or situation mentioned: Regular exercise strengthens the heart, thereby reducing the risk of heart attack.
to have or keep an image in your memory of an event, a person, a place, etc. from the past
◇As far as I can remember, this is the third time we’ve met.
to help sb remember sth, especially sth important that they must do:
◇’Don’t remind me (= I don’t want to think about it).’
to learn sth carefully so that you can remember it exactly
◇to memorize a poem.
to gain knowledge/skill by studying, from experience/being taught/etc.
show or make a connection between two or more things
if a situation, an event or an activity involves sth,
that thing is an important/necessary part or result of it
[SYN] "entail"= to involve sth that cannot be avoided
to make a physical/electronic connection between one object, machine, place, etc. and another.
[SYN] "connect"= to join together two or more things; to be joined together: