This was the second consecutive lesson I have that relative to “Job Interview”. Did it have something meaning …?
This lesson had the rearrange practice, since I was a only student in the class, the tutor open the toolbox let me typing answers by myself.
While I finished it, the tutor said she was impressed me that I could use keyboard !
Even though she met many students they have high level English skill but they didn’t know how to use a keyboard.
Now I consider that impressed me which many students didn’t know how to use a keyboard.
這堂課有個語句重構的練習，因為只有我一人，所以顧問就讓我用 toolbox 自己打字了，完成後顧問很激動地跟我說她對我印象很深刻，因為她教過很多英文很好的學生，但還是不會用鍵盤….. 我覺得這才讓我印象深刻，竟然很多人不會用鍵盤？
- spick and span
(especially of a place) very clean and tidy （尤指地方）整潔乾淨的，清清爽爽的
My house never been spick and span.
untidy and dirty
My house never been spick and span, but that not means I’m a scruffy person.
- fidget /ˈfɪdʒ.ɪt/
My house never been spick and span, but that not means I’m a scruffy person. If you stare me I would fidget.
- chill out = also chill
My house never been spick and span, but that not means I’m a scruffy person. I’m easy to got fidget If you stare me, but now I know how to chill out.
- put one over on (sb)
to trick someone
I trying to put one over on you readers this is a correct sentence.
- fall for (sth)
to be tricked into believing something that is not true.
Many people fall for that mayor candidate.