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I went to Manly today.
TMy purpose was neither to surf nor to go to the beach but to check out surf boards.

I took a ferry from Circular Quay and the guy sitting next to me was an old person.
He spoke to me and kept speaking for around 10 minutes,
but I was able to understand hardly anything.
I was able to hear some words, but I didn't really understand him.
He didn't speak that fast, but his pronunciation was difficult to catch.
I'm wondering if I will be able to understand Aussie English in one year.

After that, I checked out some shops for surf boards and wetsuits.
There were some but it might have been difficult to buy it all at once.

I was going to Bondi Beach to see more boards in the afternoon,
but a flat mate asked me to go shopping together since he was going to cook for us.
He usually doesn't cook so he checked out some traditional Korean food on the Internet.
After that, we went to Chinatown to go grocery shopping.
He made three Korean fdishes after spending a lot of time cooking.
They were really nice and my roommates and I couldn't believe it
because he always said that he didn't like cooking.
One of them tasted close to a Japanese dish called "nikujyaga".
We thanked him very much!

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I hope I can find a good board tomorrow

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. nun (in a newspaper)
= a member of a female religious community, typically one living under vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience
2. cranky (in a newspaper)
= strange
3. convo (in a newspaper)
= conversation

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