Friday, May 18, 2007

gharoispotive

What does this word mean? Well, to tell you the truth, I just punch my key board without looking at it. I cannot spell it again any more. But the words this 7th grader champion is learning sound just like this, which I made without any thought. As a non-native speaker, even your daily English words are sometimes very difficult.


7 comments:

anne carter said...

Hi Mio,
That young boy is very smart.I do not know how they memorize all those strange words,or even spell them-soemtimes they look so strange
that it doesn't look like a word at all!
Anderson has book signings in Atlanta this weekend-would absolutely love to meet him,if only for a few seconds,and get my
book signed.It must be such a thrill for those who get to do so.
Anderson seems so down-to-earth and
just a regular guy,and they say he is more handsome in person-how is that possible?
Mio,did you watch Thursday's 360 yet?If not,you'll really enjoy how silly Anderson is!
Have a great weekend,Mio!

mio_bella said...

Hey Anne,
That boy is so amazing, but at the same time, foreign people are suffering from that kind of memorization all the time to master English! I'm teaching English to students in Japan, and this is exactly what they are doing. They started learning English a month ago, and they are now having hard time spelling words like, "gorilla" "girrafe" and so on. Even I am still having a hard time memorizing English words!

Thursday show? Or even Wednesday show? Hmm, actually I haven't.

TV is on and I just saw the preview of tonight's AC360. I am preparing for my work and won't be concentrate on watching it. I will have 6 hours of AC360 to watch during this weekend! Yay!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for putting up the clips Anderson is so cute here. I love it when he's with kids. Oh and I agree Anderson last night had a silly mood, making sound effects and imitating Larry King LOL!

Pebbles

Anonymous said...

The show today was pretty OK, I saw that honor killing clip last night on CNN Intl. And I immediately thought about Anderson touching on it on today's show, and he did. Isn't stoning present already during Christ's time or even before that? I didn't know it still existed in this day and age. It's brutal, but then it's considered as a tradition for them. How odd could that be? Anderson obviously was appalled by what he saw. He can't believe it still being done today.

For the other part of the show, Anderson was still in a silly mood, he still made those whooshing sound effects and when he and Erica talked about the Barbie bandits I can't stop laughing at him it was so awkward seeing him do that. I was thinking he imitated the "girl talk" accurately as what we see in movies. And then it dawned on me, oh yes, he did say his favorite TV show was MTV's My Super Sweet 16 and Tiara Girls. Funny how he mentions before in an interview that it is his favorite TV show but says that those girls should be lined up and shot LOL!

Pebbles

Delie said...

Oh yes, the Barbie Bandits moment was priceless.

anne carter said...

hi again,
I just could not watch the clip of the honor killings.
On a much lighter note,I am loving
the new 360 special effects-WHOOSH,WHOOSH...,courtesy of Anderson himself-he's been so goofy
these past few days,and so adorable!
I sent a comment to the 360 blog,and got an automatic response,but my comment is not up there yet.
Have a great weekend,everyone!

mio_bella said...

Everybody seemed to have the same attitude on Friday's show.

Pebbles & Anne,
I had been thinking of posting for "Whoosh Whoosh" moment and I did! Please enjoy!

And I was really shocked to see the video of stoning. I will write about this for the next article. (Actually I already wrote it but strangely everything has disappeared!)


Pebbles & Delie,
I did captured some of Anderson's pictures! I hope you like them! Most of the time, tonight's AC360 was covering stories that annoyed us. Of course they made us think so many things. But with this silly-mode Anderson, we could enjoy the show even more!