Spent an hour trying to teach Josh his ABC’s.
In brief: A test of forbearance.
Joshua, my younger brother, asked me to play his ABC cards with him. A thought came into my mind that perhaps maybe I should teach him his ABC’s. Since he knows how to spell his second and last name. I decided to teach him what are those curvy, straight and diagonal lines —that he thought are drawings— really stands for. After an hour of everything he still pronounces “E” as “ef” and “K” as “kow”. Who knows who taught him that the letter K is enunciate as “kow”. Nonetheless, he did pronounce Z as zed (according to British English Alphabet) so lol I was amused.
On another more educational note, me and Mom had a little argument about Pangngalan (Noun) and Pang-uri (Pronoun). She had a bit of mixed up between the two. She claims that Pang-uri is Noun, and Pangngalan is Pronoun. Lol this will be the first time I’ve win an argument with her. Ha! I don’t even know my Filipino, so I was well dancing-me-bananas when I got it right, hrhr.
This night will be listed in my most favorite nights in all time, not because I won an argument with my Mom but because I had a laugh with my family. It was fun!