This is Takao's blog. I am studying Athetic Training at University of South Florida. New entry comes out everyday(hopefully). Am I ever going to have the day when I have a good command of English just like native- speakers? Hope the day will come to me....
I just came back from the class. I took an exam for Prevention and Care for athletic injuries.
All in all, I guess I could answer most questions, but there were a few vogue questions which didn't make sense for me. Is that I felt so due to just my ignorance? Or the questions were not appropriate?? Anyway, I guess I gotta review for that part. There were many new terms I have never seen on the exam.
While I am gonna review them, I will take tons of new terms root in my brain (Is natural to say??)
Besides, internship stuff are getting in full swing. I need more and more knowledge to catch up with Mike and to get one step closer to my objectives.
First, I am thinking to start making notes so that I can keep records or look up more details about each patient's disorders or conditions lately.(is OK?)
Oh, I wanna eat Michi's cooking. It's been a while since I ate hers last. Her cooking is just like a pro. I wish they suddenly came up on my table now!!
Japanese もしもし？MOSHIMOSHI（hello?） When you answer the phone, you can say "MOSHIMOSHI" just like "hello" in English. Try next time. Don't be shy for using this. It's absolutely natural to say so.
それはかなり本格的だ That is pretty hardcore He doesn't seem to be in full swing yet. 本調子でなさそうだ ～という積年の夢に一歩近づく get one step closer to one's long-cherished dream of