I hope everyone enjoyed the public holiday on October 31st. Even now, I hope you are making fuzzy memories to share with loved ones. If you're in Germany and in Baden-Württemberg you had a holiday. A real holiday. Not, the holidays most non-native speakers mean, which are really your vacation days. These are mostly bank holidays around the world. The season, we call "The Holidays" is between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Thanksgiving is coming, that is the real reason I'm nostalgic. The idea of memories like warm blankets when the weather turns cold. Scars on my arms and legs because our cat, who was really a demon, attacked me every chance she got. We have to take the bad memories with the good ones.
In this post, we are going to look at some definitions that I think most Americans would agree with, along with doing some work with memory words.
M.A.D, 1. consequence, 2. burp, 3 crucial, 4. laugh, 5. office, 6. score What Now, ?! 1. elephant, 2. face, 3. Job, 4. memory lane, 5. well, 6. sieve
1. Memory storage 2. Memorable; 1. from Memory, 2. in Memory of; 1. Lost in Memory, 2. Memory loss; 1. Photographic, 2. Photogenic
I hope you enjoyed this issue.
ANNABELLE B-BAUMANN, Communication Coach
"Annabelle I've learned alot from you .....with your friendly art and your diversified lessons... it is never boring!!!" -Doris, BASF
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