English Lessons

English Lesson: Hey, come on! That has sentimental value to me!

You and your family are having a yard sale to get rid of old stuff. Your wife suggests that you sell an old baseball mitt, but you don't want to sell it because it's the one you used as a kid.

English Lesson: It's a little out of my price range.

You're shopping for a new laptop computer at a store. The salesperson suggests getting a computer that's really nice but costs a lot of money. You don't want to spend that much money, so you say this.

English Lesson: All Korean men are required to serve in the army.

The topic of Korean politics came up at a dinner with co-workers. One of your coworkers said that he doesn't know much about the topic. So you're explaining some basic facts about Korea to him, and this is one thing you tell him.

English Lesson: I walked quite a way out, but it was still only about waist deep.

You're at the beach with your family. You've gone in the water and were surprised by how shallow it was. You tell your wife, who hasn't gone in the ocean yet, about it.

English Lesson: I went straight to sleep as soon as I got home.

You went on a trip with a group of friends for 4 days. You had a lot of fun and didn't sleep much, so you were tired at the end of your trip. You went to sleep soon after you returned home. You say this while talking to one of your friends who was...

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