@MASHAEL_900 Thanks. I have one more question though. I think “Calvin Klein” is often reduced to “CK”, but when Americans pronounce it, do you think you’ll just say those two letters or say its full brand name?
@MASHAEL_900 Good to know, because in China, we always just say “CK” as to letters. And I do have other questions. Could you tell me if these sentences sound natural?
1. Please don’t ask me about her. She doesn’t want you to know. If you ask, I’ll clam up. 2. They hit it off at the boba shop, but they didn’t get along a period of time later. 3. I have to always keep my boss sweet.