1. Convenient – Everything in California seems very easy and convenient. You don’t have to leave your car to buy food or your Starbucks coffee, you don’t have to drive around looking for a supermarket or a bank. They even have drive-thru ATM machines so you can get money from you bank without leaving your car!
When you buy a bottle of beer, you don’t need a bottle opener to open it, they have “twist off caps” so you can just un-screw it! (Unscrew means to open a bottle). The beaches are huge so it’s easy to find a place to lay down and enjoy the sun. The sun shines every day so you don’t have to worry about the rain (like in Britain). America is the most convenient place I’ve ever been to.
2. Crisp – This is an interesting word, crisp is an adjective which is similar to fresh. When I say California is crisp, I am referring to the weather. It’s sunny and warm but not too hot. It’s not humid like many hot parts of Spain. The weather in California is crisp and fresh.
3. Humongous – This is a fun word I thought I would include. It means something is very very big! You can use this in informal conversations when you want to express how large something is or was. California is bigger than my country, Wales. California is humongous!
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