Day #55@ HTCAS
aka How to Compliment Someone
Giving compliments uplifts others, boosts their self-esteem, and strengthens your relationship with them. A genuine compliment acknowledges their positive qualities, achievements, or efforts, making them feel valued and appreciated.
Brighten someone's day today, inspire confidence, and motivate them to continue their endeavors.
KEY POINTS OF TODAY'S LESSON
@MADAD Memorizing A Simple, Super-Short 5-line dialogue
KEY LEARNING FOCI: How to make someone feel good. Memorizing A Simple, Super-Short 5-line dialogue
TOPIC: Bargain Shopping
FUNCTIONS: One way to compliment someone on what they are wearing; how to respond to a compliment.
TOOLS and TECHNIQUES: Memorizing a Dialogue using Memory Images (HoloMemes & AGCs ie AudioGraphicCodes); Creative Visualization; Chunking, Stress and Intonation Practice;
aka Watch And Memorize
Watch this short exchange between two friend. Then, using a mix of your own ideas, memorize the dialogue
aka Say All Words And Check
See how good your pronunciation is. Read the words and phrases a couple of times to practice; and get the feel. Then speak into the microphone.
Recall the Memory Images and EXACT English words. Subvocalize or Speak Out Loud with Full Use of Vocal Apparatus and Gestures. (ie Activate All Your Kinaesthic/Audio and Visual Encoders)
A: I like your fur coat, Helen. / A：ヘレン、あなたの毛皮のコートが好きです。
H: Do you? / H：そうですか？
A: Yes. It looks very expensive. /A：はい。 それは非常に高価に見えます。
H: Really! It wasn't expensive. It was second-hand. /H：本当に！ 高くはありませんでした。 中古品でした。
A: Was it? It doesn't look second-had. It looks brand new. /そうですか？ それは二番目に見えません-持っていました。 それは真新しく見えます。