基礎英語2 2018/4/12 #‎基礎英語2 L9 REVIEW
12 木 L9 REVIEW
Q1: Did Miki play on a city baseball team?

Did you do any sports in Japan?
Yes, I did. I played baseball.
I love baseball. Did you play on your school team?
No, I didn’t. I joined a city team in elementary school.
Did you train hard?
We practiced every weekend. We had great coach.
Did you win any games?
We won the Nagasaki championship.
Fantastic. And did you ,,,
Don’t ask too may questions, David.

Q1: Did Miki play on a city baseball team?
A1: Yes, she did.

Q2: What is special about Jessica’s favorite milk?

This is a huge supermarket.
Yes, you can buy everything here. Take this cart.
Oh, it’s huge too! Let’s see. I need chicken, bread, eggs, and fresh vegetables.
Where can I find milk?
It’s over there.
Wow. I see so many different kinds of milk. Which one do you usually buy?
I always buy this one. It’s from a local farm.
That sounds good!

Q2: What is special about Jessica’s favorite milk?
A2: It’s from a local farm.

Q3: What does Miki’s grandfather study?

Did you go to the movies on the weekend in Japan?
No. My town didn’t have a movie theater.
So, what did you do for fun?
I went fishing in the sea and hiking in the mountains.
Did you live near the mountains?
Yes, and my grandparents lived next door. My grandfather is a biologist.
What does he study?
He studies insects.
Really? Insects are so interesting!
Ugh! I hate bugs.


Q3: What does Miki’s grandfather study?
A3: He studies insects.
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How are supermarkets in America different fro supermarkets in Japan?
Well, one of the main differences is the size. American supermarkets are huge. That’s why they have so many kinds of milk.
How about the prices? Are they about the same in both countries?
American supermarkets are cheap. They can be much cheaper than supermarkets here in Tokyo. For example, the apples in my hometown are super cheap. The apples in Tokyo are expensive, but they are much bigger and more delicious.

grocery shopping 食料品の買い物
How often did you go grocery shopping when you lived in the US?
When I lived in the US, I only went about once or twice a week.
Me too.
Why is that?
I lived far away from my supermarket, so I drove to get there. So I always bought enough food for a whole week at one tome.
Where do you keep the food? Do you have big refrigerators?
Yes, we do. But we also have space in the pantry.

A pantry is a special room or space for storing dry or canned food, such as canned soup, pasta, cereal, vegetables, a lot of other stuff.
パントリ
How big is the pantry?
Well, in my family’s house it’s like a walking closet.
Wow, that big!

+ language functions.
Take this cart. このカートを使って。
命令文ですが、この場合、命令しているのではなく、勧めています。

Have some more tea.
+ trivia
one 前に出た名詞を繰り返す代わりに
Wow. I see so many different kinds of milk.
Which one do you usually buy?

I already buy this one. It’s from a local farm.

You can have my old computer. I just bought a new one.
+ tips for pronunciation
practiced, played, wanted
t, d, id

asked, helped
joined, moved
hated, sounded

I checked my e-mail, visited an interesting website, and enjoyed online games.

I enjoyed this review.
I hope you had fun too.





テキストを持っていませんので、聞いて書き取っています。
間違っている箇所もあるかも知れません。

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