Noboru's Journal

Neighborhood Coffee Shop

※1 Usually I go to the neighborhood coffee shop with my laptop to study by my scooter in the morning in weekends. I also enjoy an English newspaper for free there.

In the morning on weekends, I ※2 usually take my scooter to a neighborhood coffee shop with my laptop to study.

However, I could not start an the engine of my scooter in Saturday morning. So,I walked to another neighborhood coffee shop pretty close to my house.

When I came back home for lunch, I tried to start the engine of the scooter again. Although I couldn’t start it in a normal approach, I started it by kicking the starter a kicking starting device.

After lunch, I went to a bike shop to have my scooter checked check my scooter by a professional person. Then, he found that the battery of my scooter is was pretty low and too weak to start the engine.

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Therefore, I bought a new battery and asked him to exchange it with the old one.

As a result, I went to my favorite regular coffee shop in Sunday morning and enjoyed an English newspaper with a cup of coffee. So, I was able to get back to my normal and happy routine make sure the happiness in the usual situation…

That was part of my weekend…hahaha (^_^)


※1 日付の後は,が必要

※2   度数・頻度を表す副詞はふつう動詞(自動詞・他動詞を問わず)の前に置かれます。
I usually play golf on Sunday. (私は日曜日には大ていゴルフをする)
He never comes on time. (彼は決して時間通りには来ない)


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