基礎英語2 2017/1/39 #‎基礎英語2
Welcome to Japan’s No 1 quiz show.
Question 1, What is my name?
Samanta.
It’s Bob.
No.
My name is Cris.

Question2, Who is the teacher of the show?
I know it’s me, Nichigaki Chikako.
That’s right.

Queston3, What is the title of the show?
It’s Kiso Eigo 2.

a. Tonny is at a New Year’s party with his family and his friends from overseas.
b. Tonny is celebrating New Years at home.

Three, two, one, Happy New Year.
I hope this will be another wonderful year.
How is your life at the local school Tonny?
It’s a lot of fun.
We did traditional Samurai play last month.
How wonderful!
You must know a lot about Japanese traditions.
Um, to some extent.
The New Year is celebrated in a traditional way, right?
Yes, people sent New Year’s Card, Nengajou.

year, wonderful, traditions, cards

Happy New Year 明けましておめでとう
another
How is -?
local school
It’s a lot fun.
must know
traditions
to some extent ある程度
The New Year
is celebrated お祝いされる
right ですよね。

Tonny was with some people from overseas for the New Year.
Americans celebrate the New Years just like that.

何と答えていますか?
1. did 2. performed
ある程度知っているのは、何について?
1. people 2. traditions
日本のお正月について何と言って確認していますか?
1. way 2. manner

- 受け身
The New Year is celebrated in a traditional way.
celebrate, celebrated
work, worked

The door is locked.
鍵がかけらている

Chopsticks are used in Japan.
箸は

英語はシンガポールで使われています
English is used in Singapore.

Should auld acquaitance be forgot,
And never brought to mind?

Sam, why are you singing Auld Lang Syne now?
New Year is over.
Because in Japan this song means just closing time, and show is over.
Oh, very enough.

Should auld acquaintance be forgot
And auld lang syne?




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