你是彻底依靠英语单词coal briquette(蜂窝煤)说coal briquette英语(比如，Families in China have long stopped burning coal briquette for cooking)吗？
stopped burning,eh, well, you know, I\'m sorry, I lost that English word.Bur what I mean is, it is coal, a knid of coal.You mixed and made/compressed coal dust into a ball-shape something, or block.You burn the coal for cooking,blablabla.
你看，当初我们在学习英语单词coal briquette时，我们不仅“用中文”学习了coal briquette，我们还“用英语”学习了英语单词coal briquette(a small block of compressed coal dust or charcoal used for cooking,etc.)，什么block啦，什么compress啦，for cooking啦等等“备用英语”。现在，在coal briquette“失忆”状态下，这些“备用英语”帮我们“圆场”，“救场”来了，不用coal briquette这个词，我们基本也能告诉对方我们要说什么。对方明白我们的意思后，自然会“反问”我们：Oh, I see.You mean coal briquette?
Yes,yes,that is the word thst missed me!
Soldiers bring warmth to local community
bring warmth to(哈哈，美国人真的学中国“官腔”：送温暖！好无聊的文字啊)
By Pvt. Lim Hong Seo, IMCOMNovember 21, 2012
AHYEON, Republic of Korea (Nov. 21, 2012) -- Soldiers of Headquarters and Headquarters Company, U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan, along with Seoul American Middle School students and the Korean Foreigners Friendship Cultural Society, delivered coal briquettes to the households of elderly and low-income families living in Ahyeon-dong, Nov. 19, so they could stay warm over the winter.
Briquette delivery is an annual event hosted by the USAG Yongsan\'s Good Neighbor Program, which is done to strengthen the Republic of Korea, or ROK, and United States alliance by engaging in and communicating with the local community. More than 20 Soldiers and 20 Seoul American Middle School students partook in the meaningful event.
More than 4,000 briquettes were delivered to a location well known for its high elderly population, who live alone and have a low income.
Led by Capt. Vladislav Silayev, company commander for HHC USAG Yongsan, and local administrators, the Soldiers and students started delivering the briquettes in an organized way. While the Soldiers carried the briquettes, the dark stains from the briquettes smeared their faces and uniforms. After hours of enduring inclement weather, the coal briquettes were successfully delivered to 20 households that were in need.
\"Today\'s briquettes delivery went really well and it was a meaningful experience,\" Silayev said. \"Working with the Korean folks out here, we could see how people live and learn how to interact with them. I am sure that it was also a good opportunity for the local Koreans to get to know us, and see us giving something back to the community. They would see ROK and U.S. Soldiers in a more positive light.\"
According to Silayev, this forged the friendship between the local Korean community and the U.S Soldiers, and also strengthened the alliance between the ROK and the U.S.
\"I think this type of event is an outstanding method to improve the ROK and U.S. alliance, which is the strongest international alliance in the world,\" Silayev said. \"Anything we could do to help improve upon the alliance is worth doing. It is a very good step, set in a right direction.\"
\'Devil\' brigade delivers coal to local Korean community
By Capt. Jonathan Camire, 1st ABCT, 1st Inf. Div. Public AffairsNovember 18, 2016
CAMP HOVEY, Republic of Korea -- As the temperature in South Korea begins to drop, Soldiers from the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division volunteered their time to the less fortunate residents in Dongduchoen City, South Korea, by participating in the distribution of coal briquettes Nov. 15.
The Devil Brigade U.S. and Korean Augmentation to the U.S. Army warriors, joined by Soldiers from throughout the 2nd Infantry Division/ROK-US Combined Division, distributed 5,000 charcoal briquettes to 25 households.
Col. Johnnie Johnson, the 2nd Inf. Div.\'s deputy commanding general for maneuver; Director General Jae-joon Kim, the emergency planning officer for Gyeonggi province; and Col. Timothy C. Hayden the commander of the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, also volunteered.
The volunteers used carts and wooden backpacks to deliver the charcoal briquettes to the homes of Dongduchoen City residents in preparation for the upcoming winter.
\"It is our responsibility to give back, everywhere we go no matter where we are,\" said Hayden. \"We are away from home and this is our community now. We have an obligation to be good neighbors, to be good citizens, and to be good friends.\"
The coal distribution partnership is an annual event conducted by volunteers from the U.S. Army and surrounding communities and is designed to strengthen relationships with the local Korean populous.
\"Relationships with the local community help us do our mission here,\" said Lt. Col. Moon Kim, the 2nd Inf. Div. chaplain. \"All these small things help improve are relationships.\"
The Fort Riley, Kansas based Soldiers will spend a total of nine months in Korea as part of a rotational force and part of their local community on the peninsula.