September 13, 2008

Romantic proposin
They are pairs figure skating.
Do you remember your proposing?
Actually I forgot it. It is difficult to do like this situation in Japan.

By the way, I can't catch everything. I think it is hard to understand English conversation.
The ice rink announcer said something ,
"Our victory she said YES." ???? hoooo,
For Japanese, it is hard to catch clearly.
What is the victory in this situation? In her life and this presentation?

I want to speak English with fluency.

4 Comments:

At 4:42 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The announcer said,"Obviously, she said 'yes!'"

How sweet and romantic. It almost brought tears to my eyes.

My husband's marriage proposal was not so romantic. We had been together for about 3 years and I kept expecting him to ask me when we went to a nice restaurant, but he did not. I would get angry with him. Then we'd make up. Then he wouldn't ask and I'd get angry again. One time I was so mad that I threw my telephone across the room and it broke into pieces.
We went to a very Ann Arbor restaurant which has been in business for 50 (?) years. It is quirky: they serve only beer or cheap red wine served in jelly jars, sandwiches and pizza slices that are not very tasty, there is no table service, and yet everyone loves the place. Anyway, that is where my husband finally asked me to marry him. (I think he just did not want me to be angry with him!)
Now we have been married 31 years, and I can't say that I have never been angry with him during that time, but we still love each other.

 
At 12:00 AM , Blogger Lucy said...

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At 12:04 AM , Blogger Lucy said...

Tess,
I think your story is romantic. That is like American film.

I like no table service. I can't enjoy food, if it has table service in the USA. While I am eating food, I have to count tip.

But I understand your feeling.

The announcer said,"Obviously, she said 'yes!'"
Oh,,,,Obviously, I got it! Thank you.
I listen it again, again...
His way is deffrent of my English teacher.

12:00 AM

 
At 11:49 AM , Anonymous Kristin said...

My husband proposed to me in Disneyland by the Snow White wishing well. It's by the big castle. I said Yes, and then we rode the Matterhorn to symbolize the roller coaster of our life together (it has its ups and downs).

http://www.davelandweb.com/sw_well/

 

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