遠山顕の英会話楽習 2018/7/23 #‎遠山顕の英会話楽習
23 月 Dialog7 Airport Check-In 空港でチェックイン

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Welcome to Ken’s Enjoy English Conversation!
Hi, everyone, I’m Ken Toyama. And here with me today are.
Hi, I’m Carolyn Miller. It’s great to have you here.
And I’m Jeff Manning. Thanks for tuning in.
So are you ready guys?
Ready as I’ll ever be!
Ready when you are!
Okey – dokey. Let’s get the ball rolling!
Here we go! Ken


Do you know where the check-in counter for Heian Airways is?
It’s down there under the big G sign. I’ll meet you at Gate 22.
Wait! Where are you off to, Gloria?
I checked in online, Hikaru.
Don’t you have any bags to check?
No. I just have this my carry-on bag.
Oh! You’re traveling light!
That’s right!

So Gloria checked in online already.
Yeah, pretty smart.


down there この先に  平らな道でも使います。
big G sign 大きなGのサイン・目印
I’ll meet you at - 〜で会いましょう。待ち合わせましょう。
where are you off to?どこへ行くの?  be off to はIDIOM
checkin online オンラインでチェックインする
bags to check 預けるバッグ
I just have this. 持ち物はこれだけです。
carry-on bag キャリーオンバッグ、機内持ち込みバッグ
travel light 身軽な、身軽に旅をする

平安航空のチェックインカウンターはどこか分かる?
この先の大きなGサインの下にある、22番ゲートで会いましょう
待って!どこへ行くんだし、グロリア?
私、オンラインでチェックインしたの、ヒカル。
預ける荷物は何もないの?
ないわ。持ち物はこれだけ-機内持ち込み用のバッグよ
おお!身軽な旅だねえ!
そのとおり!


Apply It
You’re traveling light!
身軽な旅ですねぇ!

You travel light.
身軽な旅をするのですね」と言うこともできます。


持ち物はそれだけですか? Is that all you’re carrying?
Yes, just bare necessities. ええ、必要|なものを最低限
身軽な旅ですね! You’re traveling light!
I always try to.

You’re doing well.

All rightie, Jeff now. You are the star.
Got it.

Is that all you’re carrying?
Yes, just bare necessities.
You’re traveling light!
I always try to.
Maybe I should try to too.
Oh, how many bags have you got?

-Say It!
It’s down there under the big G sign.
この先の大きなGサインの下にあります。

Jeff, are you ready, five times in one breath?
I’m gonna need a big breath for this one.
I’m afraid so.

-Write it
グロリアは(すでに)オンラインでチェックインしていました。荷物を預ける必要もなかったんです。キャリーオンバッグしか持っていませんでした!彼女は身軽な旅をするようです。

I checked in online.
No. I just have this – my carry-on bag.
Oh! You’re traveling light!

(すでに)…していました
Well, here, be careful, we want use the past perfect tense. 過去完了
had checked in

荷物
Well, actually, we can say either luggage or baggage. Both are fine
必要もなかった
didn’t need to -,   も
Yes, that would be either. didn’t need to -, either.
二番目と三番目のセンテンス、文
Yes, of course. Because Ken connect the two sentences to make it one.
Or, you can just leave them separate by adding a period.

彼女はするようです
Well, in English we use the phrase, She seems to -.
That’s the pattern.
Yes. It always seem to work.
All right.

Gloria had checked in online. She didn’t need to check her luggage, either. Because she only had her carry-on bag! She seem to travel light.

Gloria had checked in online. She didn’t need to check her baggage, either. She only had her carry-on bag! She seem to travel light.




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