2016/02/01

Departure

My husband will leave for the US this evening.

Since he is a procrastinator, he had a lot of things to prepare yesterday.

He packed his baggage in the morning.

And he also went to work in the afternoon to prepare for his staff's tasks of this week while he is absent.

When he came home around 7pm, our children were so excited and clung to him.

He will rent an iPad and a Wifi-router at the airport but I know he doesn't know how to get an Apple ID and download apps.

So I wanted him to explain it to him, but our children were too noisy and we couldn't have time to do it.

Maybe they understood well that we will not be able to see him for a week.


My husband got up at 2am and I got up at 4am today.

We don't get enough time to talk unless it is early.

I helped him to get an Apple ID and taught him how to connect Wifi, download apps, use message and Facetime.

I asked him:

"Do you have your passport ready?"

"Oh! .... Yeah, of course."

He seemed to be surprised, but smiled at me.

"Are you sure? Maybe you have not prepared!"

"Well, where did I put it ?"

He started looking for his passport.

I went to get it and handed over it for him.

"Here you are!" "Oh, thank you!"

I am a little worried about him, he has not had enough sleep recently and he will be suffering from a jet rug.

I hope he will come back safely.



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  1. Hello Kumi-san,

    Interesting reading. It's a good job you know how to help your husband prepare, otherwise using airports would be even less fun than normal. Hopefully he will be able to get some sleep on the aeroplane if the flight is long enough.

    Here are some of the issues I found while reading the article:


    This line:
    My husband will leave for the US today's evening.

    Should be:
    My husband will leave for the US this evening.

    This line:
    Since he is a procrastinator, he had a lot of thing to prepare yesterday.

    Should be:
    Since he is a procrastinator, he had a lot of things to prepare yesterday.


    This line:
    And he also went to work in the afternoon to prepare for his staff's task of this week while he is absent.

    Should be:
    And he also went to work in the afternoon to prepare his staff's tasks for the week while he is absent.

    This line:
    So I wanted him to explain it, but our children were too noisy and we couldn't have time to do it.

    Question: In the above line are you saying you wanted to explain to your husband how to get an Apple ID? If so it could be written as:
    So I wanted to explain it to him, but our children were too noisy and we didn't have time to do it.

    This line:
    We can't have time to talk to my heart's content unless such an early time.

    Should be:
    We don't get enough time to talk unless it is early.

    This line:
    "Are you ready for your passport?"

    Should be:
    "Do you have your passport ready?"

    This line:
    I am a little worried about him, he has not had enough sleep recently and he will be suffered from jet rug.

    Should be:
    I am a little worried about him, he has not had enough sleep recently and he will be suffering from jet lag.

    Reason: I am assuming Jet Lag was the phrase you were looking for. The process of getting very tired when going on long international flights which cross time zones?

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    1. Hello Terry.
      Thank you for your help again.
      I understand your collected sentences, but I couldn't write them by myself. I have to practise writing more!
      Thank you so much!

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