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Although its still my university orientation period,
there aren't always events everyday.
So I have spent heaps of time watching TV.
I heard that non-native speakers of English need to listen to English for at least 3 hours per day
to improve their listening skills.
Actually, it is a good way to study but those programs are really tiring for me
because people speak very fast and it's very difficult to catch what they say.

I have watched some programs such as news in the morning, "elley" in the afternoon,
and "Two and a half men", "The Big Bang Theory", "Mike and Molly",
and "The Late show" in the evening.
As you know, some TV programs are from the US though.
"How I met your mother" seems to be popular here, but I haven't had a lot of chances to watch it.
I would like to watch it some day.
I watched "The Farmer Wants a Wife" today,and it reminded me of a Japanese program
called "Love Wagon".



I've heard that many people say that Australian programs are quite boring,
but I really want to enjoy them and brush up my skills too.

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. crackdown (in a newspaper)
= a series of severe measures against undesirable or illegal behaviour
2. crack sb up (in a newspaper)
= to make sb laugh a lot
3. bouncy castle (in a newspaper)
= a large inflatable structure on which children can jump and play

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