August 13, 2015 =========
☆ cherish 大切にする
There are two ways to “cherish” something. Firstly, you can cherish something such as a hope or a nice memory, and that means that you keep it in your mind for a long time. For example:
I will always cherish the memory of visiting you last year.
She cherished the final weeks she was able to spend with her friends before leaving the country.
The second way to cherish something or someone is to take good care of them because you love them very much.
She genuinely cherished him.
The previous owners had cherished the house.
I’ll love and cherish you always.
Can you make sentences using cherish in both of these ways?