The teacher wants her students to express their love to their mothers, so she asks them to create a sentence with the phrase “There is only one mom”.
Some innocent joke my father told me when I was a child. Not sure if this will make sense in English.
The teacher wants her students to express their love to their mother, so she asks them to create a sentence with the phrase “There is only one mom”.
It’s the first student’s time, and he answers the teacher:
– “My mom always tells me stories and gives me a kiss before I sleep, so I love her. There is only one mom!”
– “Farewell. That seens like a nice mother” – says the teachers. She then points towards another student – “It’s your turn now”.
– “I had a cold last week and my mom took care of me. She gave me medicine and made me hot cocoa. There is only one mom, so I love her!”
The teacher smiles and then asks Little Jon to create his sentence:
– “Well” – he started – “My mother was watching tv yesterday, and she wanted something to drink. She then asked me to grab three beers on the fridge. I went to the kitcher and opened it, but there was only one beer. So I said her: there is only one, mom!”.