English Lesson: “I don’t mind” vs “I don’t care”

One of the worst conversation scripts I hear all the time is “I don’t know. What do you want to do?” A: It’s about time for dinner. Where do you want to eat? B: I don’t know. What do you want to do? A: Do you want to go to the mall or watch a movie?Continue reading “English Lesson: “I don’t mind” vs “I don’t care””

English Lesson: “Too Much” vs “So Much”

Time for another round of “This is why you don’t sound like a native speaker.” This tip comes courtesy of my friend Jameson. “If you’re of able mind and body, life is good.” – Jameson Liang #truth #appreciate — Jon Dao (@CommDao) July 23, 2016 Do you know the difference between “too much” and “soContinue reading “English Lesson: “Too Much” vs “So Much””

English Lesson: “In My Mind” Vs “On My Mind”

In this post, let’s clarify two prepositional phrases: in my mind on my mind Truth be told, you’re not really going to use “in my mind” all that much. If you hear it, it just means “in my opinion”. So why not use in my opinion? Exactly! “On my mind” will be way more usefulContinue reading “English Lesson: “In My Mind” Vs “On My Mind””

English Lesson: How to Use “Care”

Learning new vocabulary is great! However, don’t forget to learn how to actually apply the word into a real life setting. Remember: context is key. For this lesson, let’s examine the word “care”, which more or less means to have or show concern. Most of you know this word. Most of you know how to useContinue reading “English Lesson: How to Use “Care””