ふとした気づきふりかえりTrial&ErrorLearning Languageやってみよう

A solution suddenly sparkling.

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Last spring I felt something strange mentally and physically. I doubted menopausal disorder, but Trying to take medical advice couldn’t (2)appeal to me. Because I was afraid that I had to (4)bear the burnt of truth. However, I realized that who is an (1)answer to my good health condition and better future when I talked with my friends. It’s only me. That was the reason I tried to reserve the Oriental Medical Institute Tokyo women’s medical university. My favorite doctor working there, so I (3)applied for getting a diagnosis from her. One of her books appealed to me at all. Unfortunately, I couldn’t reserve because she is so busy. As a result, I alternatively found another doctor in the same clinic.

He prescribed 2 kinds of Chinese herbal medicine. I have to take it twice a day before Breakfast and Dinner. Pharmacist taught me how to take it. It’s the decoction of powder. So patient need to dissolve it in hot water. That is the most effective way to my body. but It takes a time because it’s not easy to dissolve. I have to mix it many times by the spoon.

An idea was sparked when I drank a coffee! How can I prepare the medicine for drink faster dissolve way in the early morning? How about the idea that I’ll pour small dose water on the medicine powder in the cup before I go to the bed at night? That preparing was successful!! I’ve been taking this medicine about 5 months and now. Why didn’t I get this great idea? Brain function is strange and interesting.


homework:
(1)answer to: Be responsible to/be controlled by (someone)
(e.g. “Who do you answer to in your job?” )
(2)appeal to: Plead or make an earnest request.
(e.g.”The organisers appealed to the crowd to stay calm.”)
Be attractive or interesting.
(e.g.”The idea of camping in the woods doesn’t appeal to me at all.”)
(3)apply for: Make a formal request for something (job, permit, loan, etc.)
(e.g.”When he saw the advertisement he decided to apply for the job.”)
(4)bear the brunt: A person who bears the brunt of something is the one who suffers the most when something bad or unpleasant happens.
(e.g.When things go wrong, his assistant always has to bear the brunt of his anger.)

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