I lost an i-Pod shuffle that I used for about 2years in the end of December last year. So I bought a new i-pod shuffle earlier January. My main use of it is to listen to the VOA Special English programs taken from its podcast in a train on my way to my office.
The new i-Pod shuffle has a convenient function that speaks the title of music or program. But, it does not have a basic function that plays a song a little bit forward or back.
But, I found the old one in my jacket last week. I had forgotten that I kept it in my cloth, probably because I spent busy time for nursing my father.
The second purchase in recent days is Regina Carter's album;"I will be seeing you:a sentimental journey". She is an African-American jazz violinist, and one of my favorite musicians. I have heard her name and music through VOA Special English program.
By the way, the new i-Pod shuffle's new function brought me a small finding. I had thought that her first name is pronounced "REJINA" for a long time, but it sounds "REJAINA" to me in its speaking function. I don't know which is correct.