November 23, 2016 =========
☆ commitment 約束
If you make a commitment to do something, you promise that you will do it. This is a formal word, but you will still hear it used in everyday English. Here are some sentence examples:
We made a commitment to keep working together.
They made a commitment to peace.
She made a commitment to study English for five minutes each day. 🙂
When I make a commitment to someone, I always feel obligated to fulfil it.
Have you made a commitment recently? What was it? My friend recently started teaching personal training classes, and as it is near my house and before work, I made a commitment to her to go three times a week. So far, I have gone three times a week for three weeks! When you make a commitment to do something does it make you more likely to do it?