I wonder if you are wearing makeup when you are at home.
I started thinking about this after a time when I wasn’t wearing makeup
at during a night English class on Skype.
Teacher Z said something that sounded strange to me, so I asked Z, “How should I say ‘I didn’t wear makeup’?”
Then I learned a new expression, “I’m not wearing makeup.”
Then Z continued, “Do you usually wear makeup? You look the same.”
I mixed feelings about what Z said, I was iffy about his comment. 🤔 Then Teacher Z said, “That was meant to be a compliment.”
I should be happy. 😊
And Z thought me another sentence, ‘He wears his hair in a comb over.’
How interesting English is!
I wonder if bald men are wearing comb overs when they are at home, as well.
After Z corrected this he said, “Not yet! Not yet!”
I don’t think teacher Z is bald. Not yet! 😁