A Day at the Farm
Yesterday was our last day in Los Angeles. We started off from our hotel early to visit Aunt Stella, Mom's good friend. We drove along Irvine Park Road and it took about twenty minutes to get to her place. Aunt Stella has a farm in Los Angeles. She enjoys her life in the USA very much.
Aunt Stella welcomed us right in the front of her farm. She kept many animals here. We fed goats and rabbits, and we saw some ducks in the pond. After that, Aunt Stella took us to the playground at the farm. Meg and I ﬁrst rode on the seesaw, and then we played on the swing. In the afternoon, we went horseback riding on the country roads. We had great fun!
- hotel [hoˋtɛl] n.
We are going to stay at this hotel tonight.
pick up [pɪk up]
Dad picked me up at the train station.
- goat [got] n.
Some goats are eating grass on the hill.
- duck [dʌk] n.
The roast duck in this restaurant is delicious.
- playground [ˋple͵graʊnd] n.
The children are playing in the playground.
- seesaw [ˋsi͵sɔ] n.
There are two girls playing on the seesaw.
- swing [swɪŋ] n.; v.
Many children are playing on the swings in the park.
- country [ˋkʌntrɪ] adj.; n.
I am a big country music fan. I listen to it all the time.