Tide pool in Half Moon Bay
Our trip to Half Moon Bay, by TALK student Jing Cheng Chen.
“I have been studying at TALK San Francisco for more than 7 months. There are always a lot of enjoyable activities for every month, although I cannot attempt all of them sometimes. Last weekend there was an activity about going to tide pool in Half Moon Bay.”
Great Adventures at Half Moon Bay
Jing Cheng Chen continues his special memory of the trip:
“This time, luckily, our teacher, Lawraine, drove us to Half Moon Bay so we did not have to worry about transportation. When we were on our way, we could have a chat in the car, which is the best thing for English learners to have a conversation with other people. Because we would be able to practice English, this is why we are here.
“Lawraine explained the history of names of roads we were passing by. Therefore, we learned some new things that we did not know. After a while, we reached our destination. As soon as we went through a path to get to the tide pool, what we saw was an amazing view.
“When we were walking in the tide pool, our teacher taught and explained to us every kind of animal or plant carefully, and also she pronounced every single word that we did not know or pronounce correctly.
“The most impressive thing was an anemone eating a whole crab. When I saw that, I realized the power of Mother Nature is so irresistible and how little human beings are.
“I had fun and learned a lot. Our teacher Lawraine here at TALK San Francisco is really good at recognizing animals and plants. She absolutely did a great job teaching and taking care of us. The Half Moon Bay is such an example!”
Jing Cheng Chen (Keith), Taiwan TALK San Francisco
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