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I learned about the "Callan Method" after school.
I didn't know how to use it, but I just followed the rules.

The method helps non-native speakers improve speaking
by turning the brain into an "English brain".
It comes from England.
The teachers focus on our pronunciation and speaking.
They ask us to repeat the question and answer it quickly.
So that we don't have any time to translate to our language.

After the class finished, I felt really tired.
If I keep doing this every day, I might be able to build up my English.
But at the same time, I wonder how effective this is since it is an automatic task!!
(They say that we can improve four times as fast as usual. )
How did they conduct the research? haha
The tuition fee is expensive, too!!

I will watch "Sex in the City"!!

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. sweep sb off their feet (in a newspaper)
= to make sb fall suddenly and deeply in love with you
2. nad (in a newspaper)
= a male sec organ that produces sperm
3. diss (in a newspaper)
= to show a lack of respect for sb, especially by saying insulting things to them
4. kerb (in a newspaper)
= a stone edging to a pavement or raised path

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